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Wegovy for Obesity in Kids?

There are many obesity treatments approved for kids. But aside from bariatric surgery, clinicians have few tools as effective as semaglutide.

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Winter Break Bliss: Keep Kids Learning and Engaged 

As winter break approaches, parents often face the challenge of keeping their children entertained and engaged during the extended break from school. While kids need […] The post Winter Break Bliss: Keep Kids Learning and Engaged  appeared first on Child Development...

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Balancing Work and Family: Tips for Working Parents

In today’s fast-paced and demanding world, working parents have a unique challenge of balancing their professional responsibilities with their family life. Parenting in this day […] The post Balancing Work and Family: Tips for Working Parents appeared first on Child...

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Navigating Screens: Creating Healthy Digital Habits for Kids

In today’s digital age, parenting has become more complex than ever before. With children constantly surrounded by technology, it’s important for parents to navigate the […] The post Navigating Screens: Creating Healthy Digital Habits for Kids appeared first on Child...

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How to start babies on solid food: An evidence-based guide

When to start solids depends on your baby’s developmental skills, and on whether or not you want to offer your baby finger foods. These evidence-based tips explain how to start babies on solid food, what to expect, and how to cope with a baby’s negative reactions. The...

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Night wakings: A guide for the science-minded

Night wakings are a normal, healthy part of sleep. But if wakings are causing problems, there are evidence-based tactics to help us cope. The post Night wakings: A guide for the science-minded appeared first on PARENTING SCIENCE.

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What is phubbing, and how does it harm us?

No need to point fingers, because we’ve all done it: Ignoring people around us while we focus on a technological device. When we ignore or snub folks with our smartphones, it’s called “phubbing,” and since many of us carry our smartphones everywhere, phubbing has...

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Setting Achievable New Year’s Resolutions as a Family!

Family bonding is more important than ever in today’s fast-paced and digitally driven world. As parents, finding meaningful ways to connect with our children and … Setting Achievable New Year’s Resolutions as a Family! Read More » The post Setting Achievable New...

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How to Create a Happy, Healthy Home in the New Year!

As parents, we know you always want the best for your family. And what better time to start fresh than the beginning of a new … How to Create a Happy, Healthy Home in the New Year! Read More » The post How to Create a Happy, Healthy Home in the New Year! appeared...

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The science of attachment parenting

Attachment parenting, or AP, is an approach to child-rearing intended to forge strong, secure attachments between parents and children. Inspired by the work of psychologist John Bowlby, supporters argue that babies need close, physical contact from their primary...

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Creating Timeless Memories: The Magic of Family Traditions 

In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, parenting has become more challenging. With technology taking up much of our time and attention, it’s easy to lose … Creating Timeless Memories: The Magic of Family Traditions  Read More » The post Creating Timeless...

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Cultivating Self-Motivation in Kids

Parenting in today’s fast-paced world can be a challenging task, especially when it comes to instilling self-motivation in kids. With the constant distractions and instant … Cultivating Self-Motivation in Kids Read More » The post Cultivating Self-Motivation in Kids...

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Gross motor skills: A developmental guide

Gross motor skills include locomotory movements, object manipulation, and postural control. How do they develop, and what can we do to help? The post Gross motor skills: A developmental guide appeared first on PARENTING SCIENCE.

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Teaching self-control: Evidence-based tips

Teaching self-control? Kids benefit when we remove temptations and distractions; offer timely reminders; and show kids how to stick to a plan. The post Teaching self-control: Evidence-based tips appeared first on PARENTING SCIENCE.

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Infant sleep problems: A troubleshooting guide

A scientific guide to common infant sleep problems, and what you can do to solve them. Cross-cultural and evolutionary insights. The post Infant sleep problems: A troubleshooting guide appeared first on PARENTING SCIENCE.

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