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  1. Diapers for Toddlers: What to Know

    Your baby has grown up a lot! Around the time you start to plan his second birthday, he might be gaining the language and physical skills needed to start toilet training. The end of the diaper era isn’t quite over, yet. But your child’s needs are changing. To master this new stage of diaper duty, ke

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  2. 5 Tips for Baby Skin Care

    Nothing is sweeter than the soft, smooth skin of a newborn. As he starts to grow, you can take these five simple steps to keep the skin feeling pampered and feeling good. It’s great if you enjoy it as a nightly ritual. But when time is short, know that you don’t have to fully bathe your baby more th

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  3. Expert Answers for Diaper Rash Questions

    Do your toughest questions about diaper rash come up after your family doctor's hours? Then you’ll want to read up on pediatricians’ best advice on large and small topics to help ease your little one’s discomfort. Should I change my baby’s diet? Some things, such as fruit juices, can give babies dia

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  4. Safe Weight Loss for Overweight Kids

    If your child is overweight, chances are you want to help him get healthy. But sometimes that means ignoring popular diet advice. Often, what works for adults may not be best for kids. “Children have their own set of nutritional needs for healthy growth and development,” says Tamara Melton, a dietit

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  5. How to Talk to Your Child About Weight

    “Am I fat?” They’re three words no parent wants to hear. But your child may say them -- or ask another weight-related question -- at some point. The truth is, most kids think about weight. Girls as young as age 6 worry about being “too fat.” And research shows most adolescent and teen boys are worri

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  6. Can Toddlers Be Overweight?

    For parents, it’s usually a good sign when a baby gains weight. It means they’re healthy and growing. But how early is too early to wonder if your child is too heavy? The truth is that toddlers can be overweight, and it’s not always easy for parents to tell if they are. So it’s important to check in

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  7. Sleep Tips for Kids of All Ages

    One of the most important things you can do for your children is to make sure they get enough sleep. "It's almost like another vaccine we can give our kids to help them fight off illness and promote physical well-being," says Cora Breuner, MD, of the American Academy of Pediatrics. That doesn't just

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  8. Go to Bed! How to Get Teens to Get Enough Sleep

    Between school, peer pressure, sports, friends, and hormones, teens have a lot on their plates. On top of all that, research shows that many of them are constantly sleep deprived, which is bad news for their physical and mental health. It may seem like your teen is wired to stay up late every night

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  9. Teach Kids Manners

    By Mary Jo DiLonardo From burping in public to not shaking hands, kids and good manners aren't always a natural fit. With every nose pick it may seem like a losing battle, but there are ways to turn your little monsters into civilized human beings. Here are three no-fail suggestions from the manners

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  10. Stop Yelling At Your Kids

    By Jenn Sturiale Hey parents: Raise your hand if you've ever yelled at your kids (this is the Internet; no one's looking). After you've made your ten-trillionth request to "please stop torturing your little sister," it's easy for enlightened parenting techniques to evaporate in a cloud of overwhelme

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