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When Should You Call A Doctor?

September 18th, 2013 | By: Sydney Loney
From fever and ear infections to curing the common cold, here's what to do when your baby gets sick
When Should You Call A Doctor?

The bad news about your baby’s first cold? It won’t be her last – in fact, she may catch as many as 10 colds in her first year until her immune system gets up to speed. The good news? You can help her feel better, symptom by symptom. Here's what to do when your baby gets sick – and how to tell when it's time to call the doctor:

Summer Health Hazards

June 18th, 2013 | By: Sydney Loney
How to keep your kids safe and happy for the rest of the summer
Summer Health Hazards

From heat stroke to bee stings, here are five common health hazards threatening to spoil your kids’ summer fun–and what you can do to prevent them.

Coping with Ear Infections

August 27th, 2011 | By: Sydney Loney
How to tell if your baby has an ear infection and what you can do to help her feel better
Coping with Ear Infections

Ear infections are very common in infants and toddlers and most children will have at least one ear infection before they reach three years old. Here’s how to tell if your infant’s ears are infected:

Does Your Baby Have Eczema?

August 27th, 2011 | By: Sydney Loney
How to deal with your child's dry skin
Does Your Baby Have Eczema?

If your baby’s smooth skin is marred by a bumpy red rash, it could be eczema. Eczema is common in infants–about 20 percent of young children develop the aggravating skin condition. Here’s why it happens and how to relieve the itch.

Newborn Baby Massage

August 26th, 2010 | By: Nancy Ripton
Infant massage is a great way to bond with your newborn. Here is what you need to know to get started.
Newborn Baby Massage

Newborn massage is a great way to bond with your baby and enhance communication through touch. But baby massage has many more benefits. Just five to 10 minutes of gentle daily touch can stimulate digestion, boost immunity, and prepare your baby’s body for deeper more restful sleep. Here’s how to get started with your little one: