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TV May Increase Aggression In Toddlers
Study says too much TV may increase aggression in toddlers.
Kids In Home-Based Day Care Lack Physical Activity
Children who attend a home-based child-care program may hit the set nutrition standards but they get a failing grade when it comes to physical activity a new study shows.
Kids Suffer Side Effects From Medication
Study shows kids suffering from medication side effects
Twitter Question from @MandieD79
Mandie asked: Can prolonged use of antibiotics cause IBS in toddlers and make the lose their appetite?
Post-Tonsillectomy Codeine May Pose Dangers
A new report warns about the potentially deadly dangers of giving codeine to children after a tonsillectomy.
Study: Depression Seen in Young Children
Depression in children as young as three is real and not just a passing grumpy mood.
Study: Preschool Obesity Rate Stable at 1 in 7
New government research shows that the U.S. obesity epidemic has stabilized in the past five years among preschool-aged children at about one in seven children being obese.
Rear-facing Car Seats Protect Older Children
Children under four years of age fare better in motor vehicle accidents when they are riding in rear-facing rather than forward-facing car seats.
Daytime Nap Has Benefits Beyond Rest for Kids
A new small study shows that for children aged four and five, taking a nap during the daytime may help reduce hyperactivity, anxiety and depression.
WHO Recommends Rotavirus Vaccine for All Children
The World Health Organization is recommending that the oral rotavirus vaccine be included in all national immunization programs.
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