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Newborns are called infants and babies. The term ‘toddler’ is usually used for kids above 1 year old and under the age of two. Formative years are what most refer to as the toddler stage. Raising a toddler can feel like a rollercoaster ride, with intense highs and lows. Everything that occurs to the little one is meaningful for his or her growth, development and maturity. In the toddlerhood phase, there are lots of changes, temper swings and even some negativity. Toddler tend to become hyperactive, where some can misbehave unknown willingly and parents are required to be very patient in this phase. Mishandling the situation may lead to emotional problems and long-term consequences for the parent and child relationship.

Can Language Delay in Toddlers Be Detected Early? A Cluster-Randomized Trial of Screening for Language Delay in Toddlers: Effects on School Performance and Language Development at Age 8

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Language Delay in Toddlers- Effects on School Performance and Language Development at Age 8
Language Delay in Toddlers- Effects on School Performance and Language Development at Age 8

Intellectual, behavioral, and communicative development is of vital importance in a child. Future achievements and success in adulthood depend to a large extent on the ability to function normally during childhood. Therefore, any problem that affects these qualities can permanently harm the infant. Although there are effective treatments for several underlying causes of language delay…

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How to Nurture Your Toddler’s Brain in Order to Raise a Positive, Well-Balanced, and Emotive Adult

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Toddlers Brain Development

Despite the wealth of information available, effective parenting in a defective world is a tough job because toddlers have an overwhelming amount of needs. Children’s needs are not just physical. They have numerous emotional and psychological needs as well. Parents need to be physically and emotionally available for their toddlers. Patience and emotional attentiveness are…

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Swimming May Be More Beneficial for Toddlers Than You Think The Effect of Aquatic Therapy on Functional Mobility of Infants and Toddlers in Early Intervention

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Often children with developmental delays or disabilities are subjected to an early intervention (EI) program or physical or occupational therapies. The aim of these interventions is to enhance the functional mobility of the children and to help the children perform activities of daily living more efficiently. Aquatic therapy (AT) is included in EI as a…

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What to Do When Your Toddler Gets Diarrhea

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Toddler diarrhea

Diarrhea in toddlers is inevitable because a toddler’s diet is expanding with age. Toddler diarrhea can occur anytime until the child reaches five years of age. Parenting from the inside out can help parents safeguard their toddlers against illness and help the toddler fully recover from sickness. Normal or functional diarrhea is not a disease…

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Four Tips to Make Mealtimes Less Fussy and Healthier for Your Toddler

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Sensible and stress-free feeding and diet patterns can help your toddler thrive.
Sensible and stress-free feeding and diet patterns can help your toddler thrive.

The commonest complaints that pediatricians receive from parents are related to their toddlers’ fussy eating habits. It’s a very typical phase that toddlers go through as soon as they start walking and talking. A toddler’s refusal to eat creates a lot of conflict. Trying to make a toddler eat a few bites of food is…

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How to Ensure That Your Picky Eater Stays Healthy

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Picky Eating or an Eating Disorder -How to Ensure that Your Picky Eater Stays Healthy
A Picky Eater

Most parents are familiar with toddlers’ fussy and picky eating habits and their general aversion to food (also called food neophobia). Learning to eat is part of a child’s physical, emotional, and psychological development. Usually, picky eating is a phase that toddlers outgrow on their own. Since most of their attention and energy are focused…

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Teaching Your Overactive Toddler to Calm Down: Expectations versus Reality

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Teaching Your Overactive Toddler to Calm Down -Expectations Versus the Reality
Teaching Your Overactive Toddler to Calm Down

Does your toddler have trouble sitting still? Is your toddler always bursting with energy? Most mothers would say yes. Parenting with love and limits is not easy. Once babies learn to walk, they literally and figuratively become unstoppable. They jump, run around, and get into everything. Often, they won’t sit still for more than a…

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Why Your Child Is Constipated and How to Treat It

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Constipation in toddler

Just like adults, children sometimes feel constipated too. According to research, “Constipation is typically characterized by lack of periodicity in defecating, bulky stools and difficulty or pain during defecation. Constipation is one of the ten most frequent problitalics that a general pediatrician deals with, accounting for 25% of referrals to pediatric gastroenterologists worldwide.” In other…

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