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Early experiences form your baby’s brain architecture. Learn what that means in this University of Minnesota Institute of Child Development video!   For the UofM’s Institute of Child Development, click here.

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October is ADHD Awareness Month, a perfect time to move beyond discussions of the prevalence and possible causes of this widespread problem to practical ways to reduce the stress and conflict often experienced in families living with ADHD. This week’s Mom Enough guests are Dr. Michele Borba, author and frequent Today Show contributor, and Elaine…

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A wealth of research highlights the importance of fathers to the development of both sons and daughters. Yet many women say they don’t really know their fathers very well and/or they often feel criticized by their fathers. In situations of divorce or separation, these issues often are even more pronounced. But, as Wake Forest professor…

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Are you wondering how to bundle your toddlers into their car seats when they are wearing puffy snowsuits? Do you worry that your child’s school bus doesn’t have seat belts? And what about the dangers of bus stops when snow begins to pile up? Heather Darby is a passenger safety expert from the MN Department…

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As parents, our days are filled with little challenges — making sure our kids get out the door on time for school, getting siblings to play well together, helping a toddler accept “no” without a tantrum, persuading teens to get off the phone and do their homework. Dr. Alan Kazdin, professor and director of the…

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