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August 15, 2012
On a typical day in America, 68% of infants (aged 0-2) are watching television.  Up to 20% of American babies have a television in their bedrooms.  That’s what a survey in the journal Pediatrics reveals.  Pediatrics is published by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), which recommends in its media guidelines to parents that children from...
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“Open the second shutter so that more light may come in.”  (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – 1749-1832) “Only one man understood me.  And he really didn’t understand me.”  (Georg Wilhelm Hegel – 1770-1831) “Go on, get out!  Last words are for fools that haven’t said enough.” (Karl Marx – 1818-1883) “Wait ’til I have finished...
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We’ve all played games produced by the Milton Bradley Company:  Battleship, Candyland, Jenga, Twister, Yahtzee, and many more.  But did you know that the first board game created by Milton Bradley himself back in 1860, was based on the stages of life?  It was called “The Checkered Game of Life.”   The gameboard was a modification of a...
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