Infant Care

Play Is Better for Baby Brain Development Than TV

AAP Releases New Report A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reports that despite the appeal of media screens such as TVs, tablets and others to entertain and educate toddlers and  Read Full Article...

Preventing and Reducing SIDS

Rate of SIDS has Dropped Over Last Ten Years The rates of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, have dropped dramatically in the past 10 years, as parents have taken preventative measures such as placing  Read Full Article...

What Every Parent Should Know About Teething Basics

Teething Comes to all Babies Teething is inevitable. Some babies get through this process with little to no discomfort and some have major pain. While it is hard to tell what is ailing a baby that cannot talk, knowing  Read Full Article...

Using a Baby Swing is Beneficial to You and Baby

Nine Months of Movement Think of being in motion for nine months straight. After the ninth month, you are suddenly thrown into another setting where there is little to no movement. This would feel a  Read Full Article...

Why Babies with Low Birthweight More Likely to Have Autism

Low Weight Babies At Risk For Autism Babies that weigh less than 4.4 pounds at birth, including those born preterm, may be as much as five times more likely to have autism as children born  Read Full Article...

Celebrating Halloween with Baby; How to Keep it Safe and Fun

Baby's First Halloween A baby's first Halloween is an exciting event. While they may be too young to take part in traditional celebrations on Halloween, there are plenty of fun things to do with a little one.  Read Full Article...

Bedtime Routines for Baby Will Help the Whole Family

Bedtime Routines are a Must for Baby and Family Bedtime routines are good for your baby but can also benefit the whole family. With a predictable schedule all members of the family will get the  Read Full Article...

How to Give Medicine to Baby With Ease

Administering Medicine to Your Baby can be Frightening Giving medicine to baby can be down right frightening. Between a squirmy baby and his potential tears, any new parent could use some help when administering medicine.  Most of  Read Full Article...

Length of Breastfeeding May Depend on Mom’s Social Status

The Time Spent Breastfeeding The time a woman spends breastfeeding her baby may depend largely on socio-demographic factors such as education and social status, according to new research on breastfeeding in Spain. Aspects like advice  Read Full Article...