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10 Toddler Asthma Remedies

Here’s a shocking stat: Nearly 10 percent of kids in the U.S. have asthma, making it one of the most common chronic disorders in childhood and is characterized by airway…
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Does Your Toddler Need Glasses?

By Nancy Gottesman How do you know if your child needs glasses? Often, it’s intuition. “Some parents just believe their child doesn’t see well,” says Hawke Yoon, MD, a pediatric…
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How to Get Your Toddler Talking

Waiting for your child to say her first words is majorly exciting—but it can also be majorly nerve-wracking. Between watching how other toddlers are developing, reading parenting magazines, and scrolling…
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Safer Toys for Your Tot

By Stacy Whitman Toys are supposed to be fun, but the potentially harmful chemicals found in many of them can be anything but. Hazardous materials like BPA, lead, cadmium, arsenic,…
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Byebye, Bed-Wetting!

If your tot has nighttime accidents, he’s not alone: Up to 7 million children are bed wetters, estimates The National Kidney Foundation. But why does it happen even after a…
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6 Flu Myths–Debunked

Think you know everything about keeping your family healthy during flu season? Think again. According to the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, many parents still aren’t getting the right information…
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