Early childhood

Anita Randolph, in white shirt and gray blazer, smiles.
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A dynamo reaches out

Neuroscientist Anita Randolph found her calling in bringing the benefits of her profession to communities.

Portrait of Ellen Demerath in a hospital setting.
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Talking the baby formula shortage with the U of M

Since early May 2022, grocery stores and pharmacies across the U.S. have been scrambling to find supplies of infant formula, an essential food for babies up to six months of age who are not receiving breast milk.

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Talking autism spectrum disorder with U of M

About one in 36 or 2.8% of 8-year old children in Minnesota have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Jennifer Hall-Lande, Ph.D., psychologist and research associate at the Institute on Community Integration and the Masonic Institute of the Developing Brain (MIDB), shares her expertise on how to support a child with ASD.

Jodi Dworkin on the left and a girl looking at a screen on the right.
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Talking limiting screen time with U of M

University of Minnesota Professor Jodi Dworkin speaks to how screen time usage has changed, provides advice for parents, and the importance of screen-free time for families.

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