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Age: Little Kids

What Donald Trump has wrong about autism

By: Dr. Craig Boreman, medical director of the Autism Diagnostic Center at Dayton Children’s Have we finally discovered the cause of autism? According to recent political debates, that is what some of the candidates seem to believe.  Donald Trump claimed … Continue reading

The secret to knowing how much sleep kids need

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer “Mommy I’m tired” is a phrase rarely heard in my household but not for the reason you may be thinking.  It’s not because I am a guru of sleep and my children are never overly tired, … Continue reading

Register your car seat today

In 2014, more than six million car seats were recalled for a safety defect, yet fewer than half of them were repaired. With support from General Motors, Safe Kids Worldwide recently launched new research with really interesting findings. “Car Seat … Continue reading

The bike helmet that saved a life

I’m always impressed when parents work through adversity and become true advocates when their child is injured.  Today I want to share with you Jane’s story.  Thankfully her 8-year-old son was wearing a helmet during a recent accident – you … Continue reading

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