Are Magazine Ads Endangering Infants?

by N/A | ABC News | August 20, 2009

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that parents and caretakers put infants to sleep on their backs, and to avoid loose bedding, soft sleeping surfaces and bed sharing, which can reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). A recent study in the Journal of Pediatrics examined close to 400 pictures of sleeping babies […]

CMCH & iKeepSafe Partners with Education.com

by Marsali Hancock | iKeepSafe News-PawPrints | August 14, 2009

CMCH andiKeepSafe teamed up with Education.com to create a “cheat sheet” to help parents teach children about digital world. Parenting in the Digital World, will offer parents information ranging from technology and learning to TV, computers, and video games by well-known experts in the field. » See Full Story

Should Cell Phones be Allowed in Schools?

by Jodi Freedman | Examiner.com | August 11, 2009

Cells phones are nowadays a main form of communication in kids’ lives. Do cell phones have a place in schools? Both parents and educators debate cell phone use, in and out of the classroom. According to CMCH, research conducted by C&R Research revealed that 22% of young children (ages 6-9), 60% of tweens (ages 10-14), […]

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