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How to survive a plane trip with an infant or small child

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Modern life often requires plane travel for families.  Frequent travelers know the dread when a flight is full of infants or small children.  Anyone who flies with any regularity has a story of a flight that was filled with continuous ear piercing screams of an infant or small child.

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Social Media – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Parent’s Guide Part II

Social Media – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Parent’s Guide Part II

This Parent’s Guide covers the benefits and risks of social media for children and teens. Part III will review specific information and helpful hints related to the apps covered in Part I.

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How to keep your little one safe while on the playground

How to keep your little one safe while on the playground

Lots of little ones spend their afternoons on the playground to burn off energy, socialize with friends, and learn to master new skills with their bodies. All these dynamics create situations where injuries may happen. Active kids moving energetically can have accidents, friends can encourage more risky behavior, and mishaps can occur while practicing a new skill.

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One easy trick to boost your child’s brainpower and be smarter

One easy trick to boost your child’s brainpower and be smarter

Have you ever wondered if there is an easy way to boost your child’s brainpower and make him or her smarter? New research shows that one simple, practically free activity can help your child use his or her brain more effectively.

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Are there risks to introducing solid foods early?

Are there risks to introducing solid foods early?

Major pediatric health organizations recommend introducing solid foods to infants at 6 months. Prior to 6 months, breast milk or formula are sufficient for infant growth and development.

However, many parents desire to introduce solid foods earlier because they believe that their baby is interested in solid foods, hungry for more than breast milk or formula, or to help their baby sleep through the night sooner.

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