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Talking It Out: Managing a Stutter

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As children are learning to speak, many go through a stage between the ages of 2 and 5 when stuttering frustrates their speech.

Your Child’s Dental Health

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October is Dental Hygiene Month and a good time to take a look at how to help your children develop healthy habits when it comes to their teeth.

Recognizing and Caring for Hernias

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Hernias can come from more than heavy lifting. Many parents are unaware of the importance of recognizing and caring for hernias that young children can develop.

Bedtime Benefits: Sleep for Smarts

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We all know the benefits of a good night’s sleep. But a new study shows that a regular bedtime actually promotes children's brain development. 

Managing Positional Plagiocephaly (Flat Head)

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Babies who spend a lot of time on their backs are more susceptible to developing a flattened shaped head. Learn how to help re-shape positional plagiocephaly.

Preventing TV Tipovers

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There is another danger associated with TVs and children apart from excess viewing: falling sets.

Making Mealtimes Safe Times

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In a recent Pediatrics study, researchers found that over 12,000 American children aged 4 and under were treated in the ER for non-fatal choking episodes every year.  

ADHD: Avoiding Misdiagnosis

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There has been a significant increase in the number of children diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) over the past 10 years.