Baby Santa Children’s Christmas App for iPhone and Android

baby-santa-christmas-deliveryBaby Santa Christmas Game for iPhone and Android
Dr. DeLand is proud to announce the release of Baby Santa Christmas Deliverya Christmas game for children available on iPhone and Android.

Based on the Baby Santa children’s Christmas book series, Baby Santa Christmas Delivery lets children hop in the sleigh with Baby Santa himself to deliver presents around the world and save Christmas.

The game includes 30+ immersive levels from all over the globe and lets children earn presents to decorate their in-game interactive Christmas tree.

A limited, free version and the full version of the game are both available for iPhone and Android devices.

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Children and Type 2 Diabetes – ParentSavers Podcast

Type 2 Diabetes is on the rise in young children. So, how do you prevent this condition commonly referred to as the “silent killer”? What are the common risk factors associated with it and what are some subtle symptoms to look for in your children? Parent Savers has some great tips to help keep the whole family safe.

Listen to the podcast at

Drinking Non-cow’s Milk Leads to Lower Vitamin D Levels in Children

Children who drank non-cow’s milk, such as soy milk, rice milk, or almond milk, were found to have lower levels of vitamin D compared to children who drank fortified cow’s milk according to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

Targeted vitamin D supplements may be necessary to fortify the diets of children who do not drink cow’s milk.

Read the full report here.

New Study Finds ADHD Medications Do Not Stunt Kids’ Growth

The findings of a new study suggest that children’s ADHD medications, such as Adderall and Ritalin, will not stunt their growth. The study followed three groups of children, one with ADHD taking stimulant medications, one with ADHD not taking medication, and one without ADHD and not on medication. The individuals were tracked from childhood through adulthood. At the conclusion of the study, the group taking ADHD medication did not show any difference in adult height from the other groups.

Read more about the study on WebMD