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headlines found matching 'American Academy of Pediatrics'
Fri July 03, 2020
(NBC San Diego)
 
 
 
Kids might die in cars more often this summer because parents don't want their kids to be infected when they go run errands
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Mon June 29, 2020
(NPR)
 
 
 
The American Academy of Plague Rats Calls for Reopening Schools
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Fri May 15, 2020
(CBS News)
 
 
 
So kids having heart attacks is what we have to look forward to. Sure there's an R.E.M. song we could use as reference but we won't
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Sun April 12, 2020
(TreeHugger)
 
 
 
Just because we're all stuck inside these days doesn't mean it's acceptable to let your 7-year-old play Fortnite for 19 hours a day
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Mon April 06, 2020
(Slate)
 
 
 
"My husband and I have a 2½-year-old son; we're working from home during the pandemic. When our son isn't distracted by Legos or Play-Doh, he runs around at "jet speed," roars, and scares the shiat out of our cats. How can I get him to stop?"
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Tue March 10, 2020
(Slate)
 
 
 
"I am a stay-at-home mom of two girls, aged 4 and 2. My husband and I have radically different approaches to media use; I hate screens, he loves them. He doesn't engage with our kids; how can I get him to turn the stuff off and play with our kids?"
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