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The Age You Need to Push Kids to Stay Active (According to Studies)

This is the age that kids stop being active and it’s sooner than you think.

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New Research Shows What Baby’s Coos & Cries Say About Language

The study helps to explain infant language development.

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Here’s What Grandparents Plan to Do After the Pandemic

It’s been a tough year for grandmas and grandpas everywhere.

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Can Dogs & Kids Sync Up Their Behaviors? New Study Has Answers

Pups and kids can have interesting relationships.

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Goldfish Celebrates National Family Day with Exclusive Giveaway

Goldfish crackers created a new activity that brings family game night and snacks together.

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This Is the Average Time Americans Spend Cleaning (Do You Agree?)

Maybe it’s just us, but this number seems low.

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Study Shows Babies from Bilingual Homes Switch Attention Faster

There may be an advantage simply from hearing, not just speaking, a second language.

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How Different Toys Affect Your Child’s Development

“Electronic toys, however, are pretty much ubiquitous. Young children are very attracted to them. So what is a parent to do?”

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Nature and Nurture: The Origins of Compassion

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With the tense atmosphere that has surrounded our culture in the past few weeks, I’m thinking about compassion today. As parents, most of want to instill an understanding of compassion and kindness towards others in our children. It…

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New Study Finds the Brains of Babies & Adults Sync Up During Play-Time

Here’s another reason for one-on-one play-time with your baby!

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A Majority of Kids Have a Smartphone By Middle School, According to Study

More tweens have smartphones than ever before as found in this new study by Common Sense Media.

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This Study Offers New Insight Into Toddler Language Development

According to research, this is how to help your child develop new language skills.

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Can Your Baby Understand Counting? New Research Says Yes

New research finds that children may understand the concept of counting much earlier than the preschool years.

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Here’s What Early Physical Activity Can Do for Your Child, According to Science

There are even more reasons for your child to get active, starting today.

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Do You Really 10,000 Steps a Day? A New Study Weighs In

Didn’t hit 10,000 today? Don’t fret.

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Moms Need Fourth Trimester Care, New Research Shows

Moms need postpartum care as much as their babies.

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Worried You Drink Too Much Coffee? It Could Be a Good Thing

Exhausted moms rejoice and celebrate with another cup.

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Are Restaurant Menu Items Labeled Gluten-Free Actually Safe? Maybe Not

You might want to double check that menu before you order.

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Study Says Kids Benefit When Their Moms Have Close Friends

Having mom friends is just as important to your kids as it is for you.

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Are Dog Owners Happier Than Cat Owners? New Research Makes No Bones about It

In the battle of cats versus dogs, it’s these humans who win.

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