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New “Race for Results” report shows opportunity gap for kids
One-third of parents resort to spanking to discipline babies
Parents without health insurance less likely to take breastfeeding classes
Breastfeeding: Are resources reaching the parents who need them?
Some parents still missing the message about cough medicines and young children
Should smoking be banned in cars when children are present?
Keeping kids away from secondhand smoke
Whooping cough on the rise: is your newborn protected?
Safe dreams: sleep safety for babies
Share your story: Cough & cold medicines for young kids
Cough & cold medicine for young kids: Upcoming report
Do you listen to your children’s doctor?
Parents: Will you give your kids OTC cough & cold meds to combat flu season?
Safe Travels Part 3: Sleep Safety
Parents worry about losing their jobs when they stay home to care for sick kids
Upcoming report: How do working parents manage when kids get sick?
Car seat safety: Are your kids using the right safety restraints?
Expectant moms on opiate drugs: A rising health concern for infants
Childhood poisoning: many support single-dose packaging for medicines
Medicine-related poisoning in young children: Upcoming report
NPCH reports that kids in low-income families are drinking too much juice
“Breast is best” but uninsured parents take breastfeeding classes less often
Broad public support for banning smoking in vehicles with kids present
Protecting newborns from whooping cough
Parents ignore warning labels, give cough & cold meds to young kids
Just what the doctor ordered? Not for many parents
Sick kids, struggling parents
Easy-access medicines a poisoning risk for kids at home
Too much of a good thing? Kids in low-income families drink more juice than recommended
Many infants at risk in unsafe sleep settings
Many young children off to a poor start with dental health
Parents turning car seats to face forward too early
Despite warnings, parents continue to use cough & cold medicines for young kids