Childcare is a reality for many families. In-home day care, centre-based care, care provided by family or friends, occasional, part time, long day care or full time care are all variations on a theme. And although the specifics can vary enormously, there are some universal truths when it comes to making the childcare adjustment for parents and their children.
Kids often dread anything that involves dental health. They often don't like visiting the dentist for routine checkups. They frequently dislike brushing their teeth in the morning and at night, too. If you're a parent who wants to change how your child views and approaches dental hygiene, there are several things you can do to make dental health for kids fun
According to the gold standard of research sources, The American Association of Paediatrics (AAP), children under the age of two years old should not have any screen time. That means watching television, looking at a mobile phone or a tablet or any other device which has any type of screen.