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Kids Need Flu Shots, Too
Schools are open in many areas, and that means kids need protection from the flu, too. Flu can be serious; protection is easy.
Playing to Learn
Teaching kids using guided play turns out to help them learn not only reading and math, but also how to persist when difficulties arise.
Feed Children Real Food, Not “Kids Food” — Part Two
Don't get trapped into feeding kids ultra-processed foods that go down easy. Here's how to give them nutritious foods they'll learn to love.
No More “Kids’ Food”
Feeding children ultra-processed foods like fries and chicken nuggets conditions them to crave easy-to-eat foods with few nutrients.
Air Pollution Sparks Kids’ Asthma
Nearly 2 million urban children worldwide develop asthma as a result of breathing in traffic-related pollution. It's the nitrogen dioxide.
HPV and Oropharyngeal Cancer in Men
Human papilloma viruses are behind rising rates of oropharyngeal cancer in men. HPV vaccines could prevent most cases.
COVID-19 Infections Rise 10X in Kids Five and Under
COVID-19 infections among kids five and under have skyrocketed. Here are some tips so parents can keep little kids safe and let them play.
Stressed Out for the Holidays?
You're not alone. Most parents try to make the holidays memorable for their kids, but the pressure to make everything perfect can backfire.
What Baby Talk Does for Infants’ Language Development
The high pitch and repetitive syllables of baby talk seems to attract babies and encourages them vocalize as they learn to speak.
“Fortified” Baby Formulas and IQ
Can feeding special infant formulas improve brain development and improve kids' academic performance? Not exactly. They may even do harm.
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