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4 Simple activities to boost your child’s cognitive development

Cognitive development is the process in which a child learns to reason, identify objects, solve problems, and think logically.

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Q&A: Toddler language, thinking & learning development

Your little one’s toddler years are an exciting time for you and them. Starting with simple phrases and become more complicated, you’ll be amazed to see how quickly your toddler’s mind is expanding.

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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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