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Playing with puzzles and building blocks alongside parents is more beneficial to toddlers than learning to read and write at a young age, according to a university psychologist.[continue]
Researchers find that cutting up children's food rather than giving them meals where they have to bite with their front teeth makes them better behaved at the dinner table.[continue]
Children with irritable bowel syndrome are more likely to be gluten intolerant. Researchers said the findings may help pediatric doctors discover the reasons for abdominal pain more quickly by screening for celiac disease.[continue]
March 4, 2014
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