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Here some things parents and caregivers can do to help a baby in the first year of life.
Breastfed babies show signs of early brain development, particularly in regions associated with language, emotional function and cognition, according to a new study.
According to the personal finance social network WalletHub, Americans spend up to $210 billion annually on obesity-related medical treatments.
Vision disorders are the fourth most common disability in the United States and the most prevalent impairing conditions during childhood.
Food allergies are on the rise in developed countries and researchers are trying to discover why.
The No. 1 dental problem among preschoolers is tooth decay, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics advises pregnant women, infants and children to consume only pasteurized milk, cheese and other milk products.
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There's no question that kids like apps, but are they actually good for them?
How do you ensure your child's healthy emotional health when it's harder to gauge than physical health?
Tots with autism showed significant improvement in their developmental level after intensive early social intervention by parents rather than clinicians.
Every 8 minutes, a child under age 6 becomes the victim of a medical mistake made by a parent or caregiver, according to a new study.
From tots, to teens, hygiene matters as the essential building blocks of healthy living and even academic success.
Have questions on how to care and nuture your 0-5 year old? Carolina Parent's live Facebook chat with American Institute of Healthcare & Fitness shared tips.
A new study of toddlers suggests that the more dairy products a pregnant woman consumes, the less likely her baby will suffer from infantile eczema and asthma.
For both working and stay-at-home parents, helping a child adjust to being in new places is an inevitable step of early childhood.
The American Academy of Pediatrics advises pregnant women, infants and children to consume only pasteurized milk, cheese and other milk products.
A new study finds that infants who were diagnosed with a food allergy by the time they were 2 years old were introduced to solids earlier.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, 10 percent of the approximate 4 million children born in the U.S. each year will arrive with a vascular birthmark. Learn how to identify and treat them.
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Check out these tried-and-true baby products — verified by a modern, first-time mom.
Start showing them the world early. With these handy products, travel — near and far — is a bit easier.
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