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Kids and Summer Brain Drain

June 06, 2013

http://landing.newsinc.com/shared/video.html?freewheel=91052&sitesection=kcpq_video2&VID=24868226

 

Source - Q13 Fox


While summer might seem like the perfect time to put aside routines and schedules, Dr. Mollie Grow, a pediatrician at Seattle Children’s Hospital, says a little structure is critical for kids’ growth and development. “Kids tend to thrive and do best on routines,” says Grow.

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