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May 23, The Mozart effect, Shmozart effect: Fact or fiction?

Claims about Mozarts music have fueled a mini-industry of smart baby products and developmental toys. Is there strong evidence to back these claims up It looks as if listening to certain kinds of music can sometimes produce a small, temporary boost in visual-spatial reasoning. It may also deliver some health benefits, including benefits to people suffering from anxiety, hypertension, or epilepsy. But overall, the observed outcomes dont seem to depend on listening to Mozart specifically. Ot...


May 18, Stanford researchers seeking participants for online study

Researchers are looking for volunteers to answer an online questionnaire. For more information, click the link below....


May 16, Potty training problems and solutions

What should we do when kids act anxious Refuse to sit on the potty Refuse to use the potty Here is an evidence-based guide to coping with common potty training problems....


May 9, What's normal? An evidence-based baby sleep chart

How long do babies sleep at night How many naps do they take during the day This evidence-based baby sleep chart explains the typical range of variation for babies up to 24 months old....


May 1, Baby sleep patterns for the science-minded

How do baby sleep patterns change over time, and what can parents do to help babies sleep more peacefully A new, evidence-based guide to understanding your babys quirky sleep habits....


Apr 23, Prenatal learning: Do "pregnancy foods" affect babies' eating habits?

Babies learn about flavors even before they are born. For instance, studies suggest that a prenatal diet rich in fruits and vegetables may make babies more positively-inclined to try these foods when they are older. And babies exposed to alcohol prenatally may develop a liking for its odor. Read more in this up-to-date review of the evidence....


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May 23, The Mozart effect, Shmozart effect: Fact or fiction?

Claims about Mozarts music have fueled a mini-industry of smart baby products and developmental toys. Is there strong evidence to back these claims up It looks as if listening to certain kinds of music can sometimes produce a small, temporary boost in visual-spatial reasoning. It may also deliver some health benefits, including benefits to people suffering from anxiety, hypertension, or epilepsy. But overall, the observed outcomes dont seem to depend on listening to Mozart specifically. Ot...


May 18, Stanford researchers seeking participants for online study

Researchers are looking for volunteers to answer an online questionnaire. For more information, click the link below....


May 16, Potty training problems and solutions

What should we do when kids act anxious Refuse to sit on the potty Refuse to use the potty Here is an evidence-based guide to coping with common potty training problems....


May 9, What's normal? An evidence-based baby sleep chart

How long do babies sleep at night How many naps do they take during the day This evidence-based baby sleep chart explains the typical range of variation for babies up to 24 months old....


May 1, Baby sleep patterns for the science-minded

How do baby sleep patterns change over time, and what can parents do to help babies sleep more peacefully A new, evidence-based guide to understanding your babys quirky sleep habits....


Apr 23, Prenatal learning: Do "pregnancy foods" affect babies' eating habits?

Babies learn about flavors even before they are born. For instance, studies suggest that a prenatal diet rich in fruits and vegetables may make babies more positively-inclined to try these foods when they are older. And babies exposed to alcohol prenatally may develop a liking for its odor. Read more in this up-to-date review of the evidence....


Roundabout 55 Convertible Car Seat - Onyx - DS-BRTX-17554 - Baby Gear sku

- DS-BRTX-17554 by Britax

Item description: This Baby Gear Baby Car Seats product is by Britax - The Roundabout 55 Convertible Car Seat - Onyx by Britax is a convertible car seat that accommodates children rear facing from 5 to 40 pounds and forward facing from 20 to 55 pounds. The ROUNDABOUT 55 is purposefully designed and engineered to minimize the forward movement of your child's head during a frontal impact. Additionally, the five-point harness is tangle-free and the multiple buckle and recline positions, comfort pads, and infant body pillow provide premium comfort and positioning.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Britax

Keywords: Convertible

Category: Baby Car Seats

$299.99

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