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Car Seat Safety: What Michigan Parents Should Know

From infant seats to boosters, get the information you need on Michigan's laws and requirements – plus what safety organizations recommend.

Best Doctors in Michigan: 2017 Mom-Approved Docs

Kid-tested, parent-approved. Metro Parent readers raved about their favorite pediatricians, dentists, therapists and much more. Who made this year's cut?

How to Overcome Fear of Water

Help your kids feel brave in the swimming pool, lake or ocean with these tips from local swim school reps.

Distracted Parents Influence a Child’s Ability to Hold Attention

Parents who weren't focused on children during play actually impacted their child's attention span, a new study finds.

No Fruit Juice for Toddlers Under Age 1, Guidelines Say

The American Academy of Pediatrics now suggests that children under the age of 12 months should not have any fruit juice, period. Here’s why and what to do.

Lactose Intolerance in Kids

Find out more about the symptoms of lactose intolerance in kids, plus how to cope and keep kids healthy and happy.

Perfect Family Vision

From infants to teens, here's your guide to keeping kids' eyes healthy at all ages and stages.

Protecting Your Baby from Pertussis

The Franny Strong Foundation founded by local parents who lost their baby to pertussis (aka whooping cough), offers advice in guarding against the bacteria that's on the rise in Oakland County.

Contact Lenses for Infants

A pediatric ophthalmologist with Children's Eye Care discusses why babies may need contacts and how parents should care for them.

Autism Could Be Predicted in Babies, Study Says

New research used MRIs to predict which babies would develop autism spectrum disorder.

Should You Pick Up Babies Every Time They Cry?

A new study says 'yes' and a local pediatrician confirms that it's the best practice for ages 0-6 months.

How Toddlers Pick Up Biases from Parents

Kids as young as 4 start developing biases – just by watching mom and dad.
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