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Why the family dinner is important for your kids

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No pediatrician can answer the question: Whats the most important thing I can do to keep my child healthy? without listing three of four things. Im no different, but right now family dinners are at the top of my list. You could argue that immunizations, car seats, bike helmets, 9-1-1, sleep, or good hand washing are just as important, and I wont disagree. But its hard to overlook the overwhelming research on the positive effects of family dinners on childrens diet, social development, and sense of connection with their parents and siblings.Read the rest of Why the family dinner is important for your kids on Patient | Tags: Patients, Primary care | No comment Read More ...

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