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The Dr. Melanie Show

The Dr. Melanie Show

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July 07th 2011:Children: our precious commodity

Children can pull at our heartstrings when we see them suffer physically, mentally, or emotionally, or lack the essentials needed for learning. How does going to daycare affect a child and the parents? How do you know if you have selected the right one? If you saw an environment where children had no books to learn from, what would you do? Listen to this program to have these questions answered.

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