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How TV Affects Babies Under the Age of 3
The Bump explains why television is not recommended for babies.
September 19, 2012
Study: TV Makes For a Fussy Baby
TV could play a role in making babies and toddlers more fussy, according to a new study from the Journal of Pediatrics.
April 16, 2014
How Educational TV Affects Children's Brai...
Can watching educational television get kids' brains fired up and ready for learning?
January 09, 2013
How Dad’s Diet Affects Baby’s Long-Term He...
A new study shows Dad’s diet and health pre-conception can also have a large impact on baby’s long-term health since he contributes half the genetic i...
December 17, 2013
How Gestational Diabetes Affects Babies an...
What is Gestational Diabetes, and how does it affect the baby and mothers? ICYOU.com's Dr. Bertram Finch III explains.
January 13, 2011
How Bath Time Affects Your Baby's Brain
A Johnson's study shows why bonding during bath time gives your baby's brain a boost.
February 14, 2015
Mothers Exposed to Phthalates Could Affect...
Exposure to common chemical may affect reproductive health of male infants, study finds.
March 01, 2015
How Gastric Bypass Affects Planning a Baby
Dr. Anthony Gonzalez shares if a woman planning pregnancy should wait until after gastric bypass to conceive (operation used to treat morbid obesity).
December 20, 2009
Curious Kitten Can't Figure Out How TV Wor...
Puma, a young male cat, is trying to investigate the mysterious TV. Watch as he attempts to 'enter' the TV from the front before deciding to see if he...
February 13, 2015
How TV and Film Portray Our Tech Dependenc...
Many producers of popular entertainment have been slow to represent digital dependency in TV and movies, but that's starting to change. "Brooklyn Nine...
December 18, 2014
How a Pregnant Woman's Orthopedic Trauma C...
Dr. Cannada shares how a mother's orthopedic trauma affects the growing fetus.
July 14, 2010
Worriers More Likely to Be Wordsmiths, Res...
Canadian researchers found that people who self-identified as worriers scored higher in verbal intelligence tests than those more fret-free. However, ...
January 11, 2015
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