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Is it right to limit fats and other caloric nutrients in healthy children?

Will my 4-year-old daughter's pacifier use cause long-term damage to her palate and/or teeth?

Will my 3-year-old daughter have orthodontic problems in the future from still using a pacifier?

By the time a child is 15 months old, temper tantrums have usually made their unwelcome appearance.

 Play is a child’s work. As he plays, he has a chance to relive his experiences, ask questions about his world and, most of all, act out his dreams.

A parent seeks advice on how to get two young boys to calm down at bedtime.

A grandmother worries that a weekend is too long for a 1-year-old to be away from Mom.

We are deeply honored that the National Association for the Education of Young Children is bringing “Families Today” to its website. This column, formerly syndicated by the New York Times, appeared every week in newspapers and magazines around the country and abroad for more than 20 years.