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Too many hot car deaths

Too many hot car deaths

Child hot car deaths on pace to break last year's record Posted: 9:24 AM, Oct 16, 2019, Updated: 4:46 PM, Oct 16, 2019WP TV, By: Susan Gonzalez, View Original Article HereThe number of children who have died as a result of being left in a hot vehicle is on pace to...

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Recall: Fisher-Price Sleepers

Recall: Fisher-Price Sleepers

Fisher-Price is recalling the Rock 'n Play Sleeper and Ultra-Lite Day & Night Play Yard with Inclined Sleeper due to product safety concerns. 30 infants have died in the last 10 years. If you have one of the products below, you should immediately stop using them and...

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Water Safety: Preventing Drowning

Water Safety: Preventing Drowning

Summary: Florida is the leader in drowning deaths of children 4 and under. Children can drown in 2 inches of water in 2 seconds.  JACD, a non-profit organization, can help you keep your children safe. They provide free pool fencing for families with ungated water...

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How Much Device Screen Use for Children?

How Much Device Screen Use for Children?

SUMMARY: There are many reasons for parents to be thoughtful about how much screen time they allow their children. Amount of screen use per day has been associated with developmental outcomes, obesity, poor sleep quality and eye development. Expert organizations have...

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5 Signs Your Toddler Needs To Socialize More

5 Signs Your Toddler Needs To Socialize More

By Alison Kresta, Romper.com As a parent, it's no surprise that you often come across some really complicated issues. There are so many things that you get confronted with out of the blue and are expected to instantly know how to handle it. Like tantrums, teaching...

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Does It Make Sense To Delay Children’s Vaccines?

Does It Make Sense To Delay Children’s Vaccines?

Reposted from KHN.org, Written by Bernard J. Wolfson. This KHN story first published on California Healthline, a service of the California Health Care Foundation. When Elyse Imamura’s son was an infant, she and her husband, Robert, chose to spread out his vaccinations...

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Great Job Thomas!

Great Job Thomas!

Thomas Jurisko was pictured by Waterline Magazine with a snook he caught and released on a bread ball.

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Ready, set, sleep! Teach your newborn about bedtime

Ready, set, sleep! Teach your newborn about bedtime

Sleep training is a popular way for helping babies – and exhausted parents – get a full night’s rest. If you choose this path, experts generally recommend that your baby be 4 months or older before beginning. However, there are things that parents can do earlier on to...

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Handing over a baby food pouch? You might want to think twice

Handing over a baby food pouch? You might want to think twice

For busy parents and caregivers, baby food pouches can be a lifesaver: They seem fairly healthy, they’re simple to grab if you’re on the go, and they’re easy for little ones to eat. But are they actually healthy and beneficial to kids? There's so much (sometimes...

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16 simple ways new dads can help new moms

16 simple ways new dads can help new moms

Whether your family just welcomed a baby, or your partner is about to give birth, it's safe to say that it's a really exciting time for everyone involved. Infants are snuggly and sweet, they have that classic new-baby scent and bringing home your first child is...

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Top Ten Toddler Toys for Development

Top Ten Toddler Toys for Development

LANSING, Mich (WLNS) -- By: Jorma Duran Posted: Feb 26, 2019 07:52 AM EST This report is focused on toddler development and how to make sure your child is reaching certain developmental milestones. A great way to help is to provide toys and activities that'll help...

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