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Ninety percent of brain development occurs in the first 5.5 years of life. Learn how you can enhance your child’s brain development and strengthen emotional attachments.
If you’ve ever begged for just one more bedtime story, you know how wonderful a book can be. And when it comes to reading to your kids, it’s never too early to start.
Time spent on electronic devices such as phones, tablets and even computers may have an undeserved bad rap based on shaky science. A Rainbow Babies & Children's clinical psychologist explains why.
Studies show that the biggest factor influencing teen decisions about alcohol is a surprisingly simple one: knowing parents' expectations about underage drinking. Learn these expert tips to protect your teenager.
It may be no surprise that a baby's brain develops profoundly during the first 5 years of life. Find out what benefits a baby's developing brain -- and what can weaken it.