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Is Snoring a Sign of Trouble in Preschoolers?
Young children who snore have more symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as attention and language problems than their age-matched counterparts who do not sore.
Deafness After Mumps More Common Than Thought
New research out shows that mumps-related hearing loss in children may be 20 times more common than previously suggested.
Too Many Children Spend Little Time Outdoors
New research from Australia suggests that many children spend too little time outdoors and too much time in front of the TV.
1 in 5 Preschoolers Obese
A new study shows that the obesity rate in children continues to increase; almost one in five American 4-year-olds is obese.
Study: Swimming Lessons Don’t Increase Drowning Risk
Enrolling young children in swimming lessons doesn't increase their risk of drowning
CPR Can Save Young Lives, Too
A new study out challenges the widespread belief that cardiac resuscitation is not effective in young people
Study: Giving Veggies Funny Names Makes Them Cool for Kids
A new study says that renaming vegetables with a fun name doubles the likelihood that a child will eat them.
When Tots Point A Lot, Words Will Follow
Scientists say that in addition to talking to your toddler, pointing, waving bye-bye and other natural gestures can boost a budding vocabulary.
Preschool Play Tends to Be Sedentary
A new study shows that even when preschool children are playing outside, their play tends not to be active.
Car Seats Save Young Lives
Putting your infant or young child in an age-appropriate car safety seat significantly reduces the odds that they will die if they are in a motor vehicle accident a new study says.
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