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If your baby could talk, he'd tell you when he is hungry and when he is full, but he probably won't start communicating verbally for at least a year. Learn how to judge what to feed your baby and when with these expert tips.
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More than 326,000 18-and-unders had cosmetic procedures in 2004 to correct something that made them self-conscious. But is plastic surgery, with the risks it involves, the right way to deal with these common teenage tribulations?
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Setting appropriate limitations on children and doling out discipline is a struggle for many parents. Here are some effective guidelines for setting limits with children of different ages.
Honey can be dangerous to infants because of botulism. Find out why honey is dangerous for infants but not for adults.