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When Child Won't Eat

How serious of a problem is i if my toddler won't eat anything? As long as your child does not show other signs of illness, it is not a serious problem.

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Toddler Appetite

Because growth slows after the first birthday, it is normal for a toddler's appetite to decrease.

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Potty Training

Some experts have used the expression "potty learning"—a reminder that, like crawling, walking, and talking, toileting is a skill children acquire at an individual pace.

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Eye Care & Vision

Between the ages of 1 and 2 years, your toddler's vision is rapidly developing. Most 2-year-olds can see at the 20/60 level.

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Health Checkups

Outside of visits to the doctor for an illness, most toddlers tend to have regular checkups, also known as well-patient exams, at 1 year, 15 months, 18 months, 2 years, and 3 years of age.

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Ear Care & Hearing

As for cleaning, simply wipe the outside of the ear with a damp, soft cloth. It is not recommended that you clean the inside of the ear with a cotton swab or any other object.

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Toddler’s Nutrition

Dietary protein is important for growing children because it helps the body's cells to grow and survive. A person's body makes many of its own proteins, which do many different things in the body.

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Food Allergies

What is a food allergy? Food allergies occur when the body's immune system reacts to a protein in a specific food.

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