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The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children younger than 2 years not be exposed to television, videos, or video or computer games. The first 2 years of life are especially important ... Read More »
This week on Sharecare we give you: permission to eat sweet treats, parenting advice from our resident ER expert, smart ways to take care of your contact lenses and more. Check out five of our latest ... Read More »
It may seem like Mario and his brothers are as healthy as coconut-cream smoothies, but video games aren't just good for your child's digital dexterity. For one, video games have social benefits, as ... Read More »
If you didn’t check out Sharecare.com last week, we’ve got you covered. From surprising agers to heartburn remedies to sunscreen safety, check out ... Read More »
Summer is in full swing, and that means you’re probably spending lots of time outside. But while outdoor activities like camping, hiking and backyard barbecues are a lot of fun, chances are ... Read More »
Here are ways to help your child make friends and adapt to moving to new surrounds: Visit the surroundings As soon as convenient, let your kids get acquainted. Go to the local library, ... Read More »
Many of our adult problems come from the fact that our parents weren't emotional with us as kids. Successful relationships require that we peel back this frustration and don't hide from the intimacy ... Read More »
To help your child feel emotionally safe after a tragedy: - Anticipate Concerns: Kids zero in on those violent terms faster than we do and depending on their age may misinterpret those events. ... Read More »
A rare set of monoamniotic twin girls born just ahead of Mother's Day gave their families an extra happy surprise when they clasped hands just after being delivered early by Cesarean ... Read More »
Refuse to engage with a screamer. You know this one: “If your kid screams and you scream, you all scream. So make a rule that you will NOT engage with an out-of-control kid. Wear a bracelet to ... Read More »

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