You can hear a lot of people talk about play-based learning, but not all play-based learning is the same. Adult-led play-based learning is a whole lot different than when we take our child's lead.
California has passed and signed into law Bill SB 277 which means all children attending daycares or public schools must be fully up-to-date on their vaccines or else face removal from daycare/school. Will this actually help the vaccination problem or is it there to help people feel good about doing "something"?
New research is out touting the long-term "benefits" of breastfeeding so of course the Internet explodes with people complaining. I thought I'd tackle some of those comments and concerns in this particular bit of research.
Texas is on pace to have a record-setting number of "bedsharing" deaths. Their plan? The same old tired song and dance of telling people how bad it is. Isn't it time we tried something new like sharing information?
A new study claims that bedsharing is risky for infants aged 0-3 months, yet their data and analyses offer zero support for such a statement. What did they really look at and what does it really tell us?