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Another baby is on the way, and that's terrific news. But the prospect of becoming a big brother or big sister might be a little confusing and even worrying for your eldest child. Learn more about preparing for a sibling.
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No matter how many times Mommy or Daddy explains “It’s only for a little while” or enthuses, “You’re going to have so much fun!,” tears and clinging may persist. One way parents can ease young children’s separation anxiety is by reading together and sharing books that explore the topic.
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If you're having a baby, you're probably getting ready to stock up on the gear you'll need to get through the first few months (and beyond!). Read on to find out what products should be on every new mom's to-buy list.
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We know that reading aloud is a proven technique to help children cope during times of stress and anxiety, whether because of natural disaster, separation from a parent, or another difficult situation
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My daughter will be 3 tomorrow, and for the last six months she has insisted that she is a boy. I never thought I would be concerned, but it is getting to the point that it is all she thinks about. How should I handle it? Should I be concerned?
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It’s never too soon to visit the library! Even though your child may not yet be reading, she can certainly benefit from spending time at your local library.
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Click on a developmental pediatrician's practical answers to common concerns shared by parents of preemies.
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ways to sleep and a million ways to play.
The differences don't matter. What matters
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All About SIDS

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Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the abrupt, unpredictable death of a baby that remains unexplained after a complete investigation and autopsy. Also known as crib death because it happens while a baby is napping or asleep at night, SIDS is a leading cause of death among infants over 1 month old. About 5,000 infants lose their lives from this each year. It most often strikes in the first four months of life, usually in the fall, winter, and early spring.
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