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Weirton Wal-Mart and The Salvation Army of Weirton are teaming up to "Fill the Truck" with Christmas gifts for children in need in Brooke and Hancock counties.
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Leo Goldstein, 4, of Glen Cove, enjoys an indoor slide at the new Children's Center at Farmingdale State College.
Harry Drury, Tracey Sweetland, Phil Scarlett and Jacob Bell with some of the many toys already donated to the Christmas toy appeal.
Ageonics Medical is proud to announce the opening of a third convenient location in midtown Manhattan.
Participants can bring a blanket and venture to Creative Discovery Museum for a sit-down, cozy afternoon of live music as the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera and Creative Discovery Museum team up to present the PopTots Blanket show.
Keeping toddlers healthy in the winter can be a struggle. Their young bodies haven't had years to build up resistance to many common germs and it can seem that they are always coming down with something.
Get a jump start on your holiday shopping with this guide of hot holiday toys compiled for parents by parents.
A new study from the University of Iowa says that kids who do the most touching and tasting are better at learning and retaining words.
Every year there are trendy, must-have toys that beep and flash and then quickly end up cast aside.
Good news for parents: the annual tradition involving a mad rush on one hot toy is over.
The state Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday that three people have died from the flu, marking the first deaths of the annual flu season.
Scientists suggest that making a mess with food actually helps small children to learn and is good for their developing brains.
In a story Nov. 26 about toy safety, The Associated Press, relying on information from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, reported erroneously that toy jewelry rings that tested positive for excessive lead were purchased at Dollar General.
If you want to stimulate your toddler's mind, place the tot in a high chair, provide a plentiful supply of gloopy non-solid food such as jelly or porridge - and stand well back.
Experts warn children are becoming less able to pick up traditional motor skills as they spend so much time using iPads and other modern technology Toddlers these days are barely out of nappies before they are playing with touch-screen toys and fiddling with iPads.