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(Conflicting Studies Found) It’s Official: To Protect Baby’s Brain, Turn Off TV

A decade ago, the Americ...

Source Website: http://www.wired.com/



(Conflicting Studies Found) Study links dogs, not cats, to kids' asthma risk

(Reuters Health) - For children at higher-than-average risk of a...

Source Website: http://www.reuters.com/



(Conflicting Studies Found) Exposure to cats may prevent asthma

Children who live with cats can develop ...

Source Website: http://news.bbc.co.uk



(Conflicting Studies Found) When should I give my baby cow's milk as her main drink?

Wait until your baby is a year old before giving her cow's m...

Source Website: http://www.babycentre.co.uk/



(Supported) Milk - Is It Really Good For Our Children?

Multiple Health Problems from Milk


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Source Website: https://www.drheise.com/



(Supported) How too many gifts can cause kids trouble

Parents tempted to buy their kids every gift on their wish list ...

Source Website: http://www.futurity.org/



(Conflicting Studies Found) Should You Give Kids Rewards?

“While motivating children with incentives of money, toys ...

Source Website: http://www.pbs.org/



(Conflicting Studies Found) Why Punishment Doesn't Teach Your Child Accountability?

What does it mean, to hold our child accountable for her behavio...

Source Website: http://www.ahaparenting.com



(Supported) A Chubby Baby is Not a Sign of Future Obesity

With childhood obesity on the rise, should parents be concerned ...

Source Website: http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/



(Conflicting Studies Found) Pediatricians Warn Against Fruit Juice


Too much frui...


Source Website: http://abcnews.go.com/



(Supported) It’s O.K. to Let Babies Cry It Out at Bedtime

When infants can’t sleep, it usually means Mom and Dad are...

Source Website: http://healthland.time.com



(Conflicting Studies Found) Watching TV Alters Children’s Brain Structure and Lowers IQ

From the black-and-white days of I Love Lucy to the blu...

Source Website: http://blog.brainfacts.org/




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