Month: November 2022

HINT: My morning isn’t always a dream with 3 kids and a dog. 😉 Special thanks to Airborne Everyday for making this video possible. Learn more at http://www.airbornehealth.com/everyday-multivitamin These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
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Do you have some materials that can be reused? If you want to have fun without spending a lot of money, this is the perfect opportunity to teach children to recycle while creating cool gadgets and also have fun decorating their bedroom. We will create all kinds of fantastic things and we will personalize all
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School closures during the COVID-19 pandemic have “severely ruptured” the social and emotional development of some of the world’s poorest children, as well as their academic progress, new evidence shows. In a study of over 2,000 primary school pupils in Ethiopia, researchers found that key aspects of children’s social and emotional development, such as their
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Amazon Beat the Parents board game, inflatable tent, LCD writing tablet, LeapFrog “100 Words” book, Jurassic World dinosaur, and Got2Glow fairy finder We’re wading through mountains of bargains for you and found some of the best deals in every category. FYI — deals can move quickly. We’ll do our best to keep this post and
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Doctors Emily Hahn and Maithilee Menezes from St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides answers to what tongue tie is, and addresses common indicators and concerns of tongue tie in babies. Visit our website for more MomDocs tips: https://childrensmd.org/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2vHvSCw Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stlchildrens Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/STLChildrens Learn More
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A group of international researchers examined parental methods to help toddlers sleep across 14 cultures and found that these methods are related to the development of a child’s temperament. The researchers suggested focusing on better sleep-related parenting practices to support positive behavioral development across cultures. The importance of good sleep during childhood development has been
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In a recent study published in Pediatric Neurology, researchers investigated whether coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) were associated with an increased risk of ischemic stroke in pediatric populations. Study: SARS-CoV-2 Infection and Increased Risk for Pediatric Stroke. Image Credit: joel bubble ben/Shutterstock Background Growing evidence suggests that adult COVID-19
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If your child is doing distance learning right now, then typical screen time rules might not apply in your house for the moment. But since most of us are spending a lot more time on screens lately, we thought it would be good to share some screen time tips for parents from Dr. Katherine Rivera
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The first comprehensive study to evaluate research on the mental health of children and young people using evidence that spanned before and during COVID-19 has found an impact on mental health that could result in an increased demand for support services. The research, led by the University of Exeter and the University of Cambridge, is
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urbazon via Getty Images People pleasers may have a really hard time setting boundaries without feeling guilty. If there is ever a time when setting boundaries is necessary, it’s the holiday season. Every year comes with high expectations of love, cheer and good vibes ― but that is not the reality for many people. It
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A recent study in The FASEB Journal has identified metabolic perturbations in the liver and skeletal muscle of young nonhuman primates on normal diets whose mothers were obese during pregnancy. For the study, tissue biopsies were obtained from 19 post-pubertal offspring of mothers who were fed a Western diet and were obese during pregnancy, and
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