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  1. Baby Safety

    WebMD offers tips on keeping your baby safe -- in the tub, the car, the house, and outdoors.

  2. Growth and Development, Ages 12 to 24 Months - Topic Overview

    What kinds of growth and development occur between the ages of 12 and 24 months?Your child's rapid brain development between the ages of 12 and 24 months causes amazing changes to happen- such as talking, walking, and remembering. Your child transitions from babyhood to early childhood during this period, known as the toddler years.The changes that happen in this period are often grouped into ...

  3. Growth and Development, Ages 12 to 24 Months - Promoting Healthy Growth and Development

    Between the ages of 12 and 24 months, children learn and develop best in a caring and loving home from which they can safely explore and experience life. You can help nurture your child by understanding the challenges of toddlerhood, learning basic parenting techniques, and using behavior management strategies.Promote your child's physical growth and development by:Adopting healthy eating ...

  4. Growth and Development, Ages 12 to 24 Months - When to Call a Doctor

    Call or other emergency services if you become so frustrated with your child that you are afraid you might cause him or her physical harm.Call your doctor if you are having constant difficulties managing your child and often become angry or frustrated. Your doctor can guide you to resources for help if you feel unable to properly care for your child for any reason.Talk to your child's doctor if ..

  5. Healthy Eating for Children - Topic Overview

    What is healthy eating?Healthy eating means eating a variety of foods so that your child gets the nutrients (such as protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamins, and minerals) he or she needs for normal growth. Your child can eat all types of food, as long as his or her weekly intake is balanced and varied.How much food is good for my child?From birth, children have an "internal hunger gauge" that ...

  6. Back-to-School Vaccinations Made Simple

    WebMD provides a guide that tells you which vaccines you and your child need -- and when -- to stay healthy.

  7. Curb Your Teen’s Bad Behavior with Discipline that Works

    Learn more from WebMD about how to handle your teen's bad behavior and the best teen discipline tactics.

  8. Choosing Baby Formula

    Bewildered by the array of infant formulas? WebMD helps you choose the right one with these facts and 12 tips for happy feeding.

  9. Feeding Baby: How to Avoid Food Allergies

    Learn more from WebMD about avoiding food allergies when starting your infant on solids, plus the top 8 allergenic foods.

  10. Stay Close to Your Family All Year Round

    Build stronger family ties all year long with these ideas for healthy and fun family activities.

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