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    Baby skin and hair care (1751)

    African American babies need special care for their hair and skin. Over-washing can strip away the natural oils and leave their hair dry, brittle and frizzy. Sensitive skin can get dry very quickly.

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    Booster seats (1664)

    Booster seats are an important next step between when a child has outgrown a harness seat and is ready to sit using a seat belt only. Learn how and when to use a booster seat.

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    Booster seats (1664BW)

    Booster seats are an important next step between when a child has outgrown a harness seat and is ready to sit using a seat belt only. Learn how and when to use a booster seat.

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    Booster seats (1664SP)

    Booster seats are an important next step between when a child has outgrown a harness seat and is ready to sit using a seat belt only. Learn how and when to use a booster seat.

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    Disruptive behavior (1691)

    Learn about disruptive behaviors and how to help a child with disruptive behaviors.

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    Forward facing car seat (1663)

    Learn how to use your child's car seat safely.

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    Guide older children to be safe passengers (1419)

    Children between the ages of 8 and 14 need clear, consistent messages about how to stay safe in a car as they become more independent. Learn how to help them be safe.

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    Hearing loss and developmental milestones (1585)

    This chart shows what most babies and children are doing as they learn speech. It can help you to see if your child is meeting their milestones.

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    Immunizations to protect your child (1201)

    Learn why immunizations are important and how to get them for your child.

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    Individualized education plan (Spanish) 1546

    An IEP is a written education plan, created by your child's??s school. It is for students who need extra help with learning, speech, handwriting or walking. Learn more about the IEP and how to request one for your child.

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