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Babies and Development

Importance of Nutrition to Early Brain Growth

Getting the proper nutrients are essential to help a child's brain grow and develop. The National Center for Infants, Toddlers and...

When Does a Baby Develop Gender?

One of the most exciting things about having a child is learning the gender of the baby. Many people choose to find out as soon as...

Tips for Raising Visually Impaired Children

According to the World Health Organization, 285 million people worldwide have some degree of visual impairment, including 19 milli...

Lung Development in Babies

A developing human embryo mimics human evolution. The consecutive stages of the embryo's developing respiratory system resemble th...

Language Development in Deaf Infants

All babies need language as often as possible and as early as possible. When a baby is born deaf, exposure to language is sometime...

Brain Development of a Six-Week-Old Baby

It may not seem like your six-week-old baby can do much, but now that he is awake for longer periods of time, he can participate i...

Stages of Baby Development From Conception to Birth

Even before most women know they are pregnant, important developments are already taking place. In the week after conception, cell...

The Development of an 8-Month-Old

The days of putting your baby in one spot and expecting him to stay there are numbered or maybe even gone for good already. An 8 m...

Baby Development at 20 Weeks

You're halfway there. Twenty weeks into pregnancy or 18 weeks after conception marks the midpoint of a normal full-term pregnancy ...

The Language Development of a 3-Year-Old

The first three years of your child's life are the most "intense period" of language and speech development, says the Na...
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