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Hillary Clinton stresses importance of early literacy development

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 14, 2014

TV, iPads and other electronic devices cannot replace parent-child interactions such as reading, talking and singing, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday at the AAP conference. She also announced the distribution to pediatricians of an early literacy toolkit to promote children's verbal skills. San Diego Union-Tribune (10/12)


2nd hospital worker in Texas tests positive for Ebola

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 15, 2014

Synthetic pot use sends more Americans to EDs

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 17, 2014

Officials investigate boy's death for possible enterovirus link

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 16, 2014

CDC develops faster laboratory test for detecting enterovirus

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 15, 2014

Older mothers pass down mitochondrial DNA mutations to their children

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 14, 2014

Report: U.S. needs special centers for Ebola care

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 20, 2014

Ivy and Bean characters support childhood immunizations

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 15, 2014

Obama holds emergency meeting on Ebola response

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 16, 2014

Baby wipes recalled over bacterial contamination

AAP SmartBrief | Oct 15, 2014


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