Many doctors believe babies' brains are not developed enough to feel pain, but a surprising new study suggests this may not be the case.
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It still may come as a surprise to some that reading to babies in the first six months of life contributes to their brain development and later academic success.
By: Tanya Lewis, LiveScience Staff Writer
Published: 03/27/2013 09:30 AM EDT on LiveScience
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You're going to be a parent and you're planning everything from the nursery wall color to the crib accessories so that your baby grows into the smarte...
Television is a one-way street. When a child is watching television, he or she is not involved in play, not socializing with other individuals and not receiving feedback as to the actions of her behavior.
A new website where kids can create music desires to spread the joy of music creation to millions regardless of skill, training or economic status.
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