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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Ben Gibbs
Breastfeeding helps babies in lots of ways, but it may not be the key to getting little guys on track to succeed in school. A study shows cognitive development is revved up by reading to children and paying attention to their emotional cues.
Babies who sleep with bottles are 30 percent more likely to be obese by the time they're toddlers, a new study has found.
"The takeaway here is that the habits we adopt early on for our babies matter later in life," Mr. Gibbs told Today Moms.
They videotaped as they accomplished a 10-minute task with their 2-year-olds, Gibbs said.