Babylab breaks down the questions you might have about how babies learn to communicate. Where does the first word come from? Are screens good for learning? Does music improve communication skills? Join children's entertainer Emma Watkins for Season 2 of BabyLab where she speaks with parents and experts about everything communication and babies, or go back and check out Season 1 with Jamila Rizvi! more
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We asked new parents what some of the top challenges they face are when starting out on their parental journey. And on today's episode, Emma will tackle some of the most popular responses. Breastfeeding, sleep and mood. more
Emma teams up once again with the experts at BabyLab to tackle one of the most common challenges that parents face when raising a child. How should we use (or not use) screens in the home? She chats with two parents who have very different approaches... more
In this episode, Emma explores the intriguing and varied world of infant milestones. She connects with experts from the MARCS BabyLab, who share valuable insights on the most significant milestones and offer guidance on where to seek assistance if re... more
Such an informative and interesting podcast! The science is broken down nicely and presented in such an unbiased and clear way, and the experts that are interviewed are all super interesting!
Great topics discussed. Really easy and interesting listen. Highly recommend!
Really enjoyed the episode on music. Interesting to learn about the Mozart effect. Great resource.
Emma’s kind, caring, and focused approach to educating people - and parents - in this series is not just admirable, but a standard to which we should aspire to achieve, in all the topics raised. With a concerted effort to draw on the expertise of best-in-class specialists, and with immediately applicable strategies: this podcast is not just an incredible resource for new parents, but invaluable to anyone with kids in their life.
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Babylab launched 5 years ago and published 18 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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