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  1. Cribs Frequent Cause of Injury for Babies, Toddlers

    Feb. 17, 2011 -- Nearly 10,000 children are taken to the emergency room each year -- an average of one every hour -- after falling or becoming wedged or caught in cribs, playpens, and bassinets, a new study shows. “It’s certainly a very common source of injury,” says study researcher Gary A. Smith,

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  2. Building an Earth-Friendly Baby Nursery

    When Paige Wolf of Philadelphia, Pa., started furnishing her baby's nursery, she wanted to make sure it was eco-friendly. "I spent a fortune on a sustainably made crib and dresser, but I knew it was a good investment," she says. Like Wolf, many parents who are concerned about the health of the envir

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  3. Parenting: What Does It Mean to Raise a Child in a Green World?

    More and more parents with children and babies are going green – and we're not talking about broccoli. Since 2002, sales of organic products, from strawberries to clothing and shampoo, have nearly tripled, according to a 2010 survey done by the Organic Trade Association. "I see lots of families aski

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  4. Do You Know What You’re Putting on Your Baby?

    Your baby’s skin is smooth, soft, and highly delicate. “A baby’s skin is thinner and has less hair, so it’s more fragile than yours,” says Pamela Jakubowicz, MD, dermatologist at Montefiore Medical Center and assistant clinical professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. So how you care for yo

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  5. Infant Deaths Spur Video Baby Monitor Recall

    Feb. 11, 2011 -- Two infant strangulation deaths and one close call have led to the recall of 1.7 million Summer Infant video baby monitors. Various monitor brands caused the deaths of seven babies when cords were left too close to kids. This spurred an October 2010 warning from the Consumer Product

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  6. Surgeon General Urges Support for Breastfeeding

    Jan. 20. 2011 -- U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin, MD, today announced a ''call to action" to support breastfeeding, asking families, communities, health care systems, and employers to make breastfeeding easier for mothers who wish to do so. ''One of the most highly effective preventive measures

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  7. Baby Fat May Predict Early Obesity

    Dec. 31, 2010 -- Chubbiness in babies may be a sign of good health, but it may also be a warning sign of obesity in early childhood. In a newly published study, babies who weighed the most at the age of 9 months tended to be among the heaviest when they reached age 2. The study is among the first to

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  8. Kids’ Behavior Not Linked to Obese Moms-to-Be

    Dec. 27, 2010 -- Previous research has suggested that moms who are overweight or obese before they get pregnant are at risk for having offspring with behavioral such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and cognitive problems, but a new study shows this is not the case. The new finding

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  9. Low Vitamin D in Newborns Linked to Wheezing

    Dec. 27, 2010 -- Infants at age 3 months who had newborn blood levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D -- a measurement of vitamin D -- below 25 nanomoles per liter (nmol/L) were twice as likely to develop respiratory infections as infants who had levels at 75 nmol/L or higher, according to an international s

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  10. Cow Milk Formula Leads to Quicker Weight Gain in Infants

    Dec. 27, 2010 -- Researchers report that infants fed cow milk formula gained more weight more quickly than infants fed protein hydrolysate formulas, which are also known as hypoallergenic formulas meant for babies that have problems digesting certain proteins. The proteins in the formula have alread

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