Infant Care

The Pediatrician Interview: What to Ask

You most likely screened several OB/GYNs before settling on the doc that would help you bring your baby into the world, but who will care for your newborn once he or she arrives? It is  Read Full Article...

Best Solids to Feed Your Baby

Your pediatrician will give the go ahead when your baby is ready to begin eating solid foods. That part is clear cut, but figuring out what foods to start baby on can be confusing. Below  Read Full Article...

Baby Power Naps

All babies require naps, and now we know the science behind the need. From birth, a baby's brain is trying to sort life out. Figuring out when is sleep time and when is play time is really  Read Full Article...

Baby Talk: Engage in Babble

As your newborn grows, he will begin to explore his voice by babbling. To some, this seems like pure noise, but the syllables and sounds a baby begins to make are the building blocks of  Read Full Article...

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Treat Baby Sniffles Naturally

If your newborn becomes ill or has a fever, an immediate trip to the pediatrician or ER is advised. This applies, in fact, to all babies under 2 months of age. But for older babies  Read Full Article...

No More Tears? Baby Shampoo Safety Concerns

Johnson & Johnson’s baby shampoo is toxic according to a new report by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, but the company says the product is safe and efforts to phase out the chemicals in question  Read Full Article...

Treatments for Infant Respiratory Distress Syndrome

RDS Occurs in Premature Babies Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is also known as hyaline membrane disease. This occurs when a baby is born premature, before their body has had a chance to develop a special  Read Full Article...

A Quick Look at Caring for Your Baby’s Bottom

Babies have Sensitive Skin Babies have sensitive skin everywhere, but moms must be especially careful around little ones' bums. Ever heard the expression "soft as a baby's bottom"? Well, their bottoms only stay that way  Read Full Article...

What To Do With a Teething Baby

Pearly Whites by the Age of Three By the time you child is three years old, he'll have a bright smile of pearly whites - but for those first 36 months, he'll be doing all  Read Full Article...