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With cold and flu season in full force, sick days at school are on the rise. But sometimes a child’s symptoms might not be strong enough to know for certain whether a sick day is necessary.
As we prepare for a new year of child health research, here’s an overview of some of our biggest reports in 2017.
This month’s Mott Poll report asked parents of kids age 0-5 about providing information sitters may need, and asked adults without kids about handling urgent situations that could arise while babysitting.
This month’s Mott Poll report asked parents of children 1-5 about various health, safety, educational and practical factors that affect their decision to choose a childcare option.
A 2016 Mott Poll found that parents may neglect routine safety habits when traveling with their toddlers.
This month’s Mott Poll report asked parents about how they would handle common medical situations that occur at home.
We’re excited to introduce our new and improved website, MottPoll.org! For the past several months, we’ve been working behind the scenes to create a better experience for our website visitors. Here’s a quick overview of some of the new features you can use here.
This month’s Mott Poll report asked parents about their confidence in the ability of their child’s school to handle various health situations, such as administering first aid and responding to an asthma attack or suspected mental health problem.
A 2016 Mott Poll found disparities in participation in school activities among middle/high school students from households earning less than $60,000/year.
This month’s Mott Poll report showed that parents were most concerned about bullying and internet safety.