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Skipping lunch – not just for adults these days 
Skipping lunch – not just for adults these days
Kids are missing this important meal and girls are the worst offenders.
Java for your toddler? 
Java for your toddler?
A new study finds that approximately 15 percent of two year olds consume up to four ounces of coffee a day.
Prevent toy injuries this holiday 
Prevent toy injuries this holiday
Keep your children safe this season with these six tips.
Car seat safety 101 
Car seat safety 101
Learn the do’s and don’ts on car seat safety from our pediatrician expert.
Newborn immunity may be stronger than we think 
Newborn immunity may be stronger than we think
A new study finds that babies have a built-in anti-bacterial defense mechanism that works differently than adults. Learn more.
Respiratory virus hospitalizing children across the nation 
Respiratory virus hospitalizing children across the nation
Get the details on how to stay safe as the virus threatens to spread nationwide.
How much sugar is really in your kids’ cereal?  Featured
How much sugar is really in your kids’ cereal?
A recent study dishes out just how much sugar is in your child’s breakfast bowl.