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During this unprecedented time in history, parents are navigating safety challenges, uncertainty, fear, and daily changes in information without a road map. Carrying the responsibility of a family’s well-being is always many-layered, but this global pandemic … Read more >>
Preventative measures for heart health start as young as 3 years old, according to a large study published in the journal Pediatrics.
The study took place over three years, looking at over 400 children ages 3-5 years old.
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By the time your child is 4 years old they should be able to wash and dry their hands on their own. Younger children will need help, and sometimes older children might need assistance and/or supervision. But even adults don’t … Read more >>
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends no fruit juice for children during the first year of life. This is a change from previous policy; until 2017 they recommended no fruit juice during the first 6 months.… Read more >>