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Top Children's Health and Parenting Stories of 2007: Readers' Choice

Here are the top 10 most viewed children's health and parenting stories of the year.
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Children's cold drugs made the list. So did lead poisoning, smart babies, and brain foods for kids.

Here is the full list of the top 10 most viewed children's health and parenting stories on WebMD for 2007.

Year in Review

The buzz in 2007 was all about Crocs, flat abs, male enhancement, and the never-ending quest for the Perfect Diet. These were the top WebMD wellness stories for 2007:

  1. Kids and Crocs Shoes: Trendy or Risky?
  2. 10 Rules for Baby-Proofing Your Marriage
  3. 10 Ways to Raise a Spoiled Child
  4. Lead Poisoning and Kids
  5. The 5 Hardest Things About Being a Mom
  6. How to Raise a Smart Baby
  7. 15 Secrets of Happy Families
  8. Brain Foods Your Kids Need
  9. Infant Cough, Cold Drugs Withdrawn
  10. Frequently Asked Questions About Vaccines

Reviewed on December 14, 2007

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