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  • AAP to Parents: Don't Take Kids to Retail Clinics

    AAP to Parents: Don't Take Kids to Retail Clinics
    The American Academy of Pediatrics is urging parents to stop taking kids to retail-based health clinics, located in grocery stores and pharmacies, sometimes a cost-effective, quick choice for busy moms and dads trying to deal with kids' common ailments,...

    Almost every junior high school kid in America watches TV every day

    Almost every junior high school kid in America watches TV every day
    Junior high students are having trouble turning away from the television. A new study from the Centers for Disease Control found that watching TV is a daily habit for close to all middle school age students in America.  It's not surprising that most...

    Keeping your infant healthy and cool during the summer months

    Keeping your infant healthy and cool during the summer months
    The summer months can be a time for lots of fun. Parents need to be aware, however, that potential dangers lurk, especially for infants who are more susceptible to the summer heat. Parents should take care to keep babies healthy and cool during the...

    Car seat could be key evidence in case of Georgia toddler left in car

    ATLANTA Cooper Harris' size, and the car seat where he perished, could prove crucial to prosecutors who believe his father purposely left the toddler locked in his SUV to die. Justin Ross Harris asserts that he forgot that his son, obscured by a rear-...