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Everyday, thousands of newborn babies and mothers die of complications during childbirth that can easily be prevented with adequate tools and training. To address this issue, Norwegian company Laerdal
It seems there’s a toddler tapping away at an iPhone or iPad everywhere you turn these days. There’s even a toddler training toilet that you can attach an iPad to while your kiddo tends to
Inspired by new research that shows contact with nature may be as important for children as good nutrition and sleep, schools across America, from Arizona to Pennsylvania are replacing boring pavement and
A study published in the Annals of Neurology by a team of researchers from the Houston Methodist Neurological Institute and Erasmus Medical Center finds that women who are not able to make enough thyroid
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Make a Stand is an enthralling idea, turned company, created by then eight-year-old, Vivienne Harr. One day Harr saw a picture of two little boys with giant rocks strapped to their heads. When she asked
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About one in every ten babies in the United States is born preterm, meaning that labor starts before week 37 of a woman’s pregnancy. Magnesium sulfate has previously been used as an off-label
Mealtime can be a challenge for any parent dealing with a picky eater — but for one young boy, what he puts in his mouth isn’t so much about being picky, it’s about being humane.
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