Articles for Tag: "toddlers"

Just how important is winning? 
Just how important is winning?
Turns out that coming out ahead is very important to one age group.
Is a noisy home limiting your child’s vocabulary? 
Is a noisy home limiting your child’s vocabulary?
A study reveals a striking disparity when it comes to a toddler’s ability to retain new words in different environments.
Arsenic in rice cereal raises questions 
Arsenic in rice cereal raises questions
Babies who eat rice products have higher arsenic concentrations in their bodies, but is it harmful?
Make the ‘terrible twos’ less terrible  Featured
Make the ‘terrible twos’ less terrible
A pediatrician offers insight on temper tantrums and how to deal with them.
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.
Are naps really necessary for kids? 
Are naps really necessary for kids?
Some experts say the afternoon snooze may not be needed. Learn more.
Don’t relax car seat rules for kids this summer 
Don’t relax car seat rules for kids this summer
Summer is a time for rest and recreation but not when it comes to keeping children safe.