According to new research, many doctors are using a less effective and less accurate test when it comes to diagnosing kids' food allergies.
Babies first start learning language by listening not to individual words, but to the rhythm and intonation of the speech stream -- that is, the changes between high and low pitch, and the rhythm and loudness of syllables in speech. Parents often exaggerate these features of the language when talking with their infants, and this is important for early language learning.
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If you think your tween or teen spends too many hours online, you might need to look in the mirror before you dish out screen time criticisms. According to a new survey, parents spend as much time plugged in each day as their teens and three hours more per day than their tweens.
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Move over, Elf on the Shelf and Mensch on a Bench: there's a new elf in town. This winter, as Hanukkah and Christmas coincide for the first time since 1959, Bloomsbury Children's Books is introducing Shmelf the Hanukkah Elf in an attempt to straddle the divide between the two holidays for Jewish children living in a world dominated by the culture of all things Santa.