Parenting Advice Changes Over Generations

Your mother was told to place babies on their stomachs to sleep. But you've been warned to put your infant on its back to prevent sudden infant death syndrome. Praise was once considered good for a child and now it's heresy, designed to make your kid fail.

We'd love to hear from parents or doctors about how childrearing and medical advice has flip-flopped over the years. Just when you think you know it all, the rules change. Please fill out the form below and a producer may contact you for more information.

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