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    Before handing over the keys to your teen, do this one thing.


    Research by Safe Kids Worldwide suggests that parents can make a difference by talking with their teens who are new drivers about their expectations and setting some rules and boundaries. Teens confirmed that their parents are their best source for education and driver training.

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    Milestones Matter: Typical Development 4 Years Old


    By using these milestones, you can compare your child’s progress against children in the same age group. What should you be looking out for in your 4 year old’s development? Our pediatricians have put together a list of the typical milestones for a 4 year old.

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    Milestones Matter: Typical Development 3 Years Old


    The toddler years (12-36 months) are a time for significant cognitive, emotional and social development. How do you know if your toddler is on track with his or her development? Developmental milestones are a great way to gauge a child's progress. Be sure to ask your pediatrician about developmental milestones at your child’s routine checkups.