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Easy does it

Ready to introduce your baby to more than milk? Set yourself up for success with these recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Talk him [...]

Pedi-cures

Reflexology can help with imbalances in sleep cycles and digestion, as well as encourage caregiver-infant bonding, explains Amy Kreydin, board-certified reflexologist and owner of The [...]

Made to order

Foods that should be fortifying become frightening when allergies or intolerances are thrown into the mix. The body misidentifies certain foods as malicious invaders, responding [...]

Conquer cradle cap

If dry scales have appeared on your baby’s noggin, it’s most likely seborrheic dermatitis, commonly known by its less frightening name, cradle cap. Here’s what [...]

Baby bunk

When you’re pregnant, nearly everyone who crosses your path will gladly tell you the best way to raise a baby. But following so-and-so’s suggestions isn’t [...]

Making sense

Your little one is a natural learner. From day one, his five glorious senses are sending a steady stream of messages about his new postwomb [...]

Roo and you

Nestling your newborn against bare skin, also known as kangaroo care, provides rewards for parent and child that extend deep below the surface. Touchy feely [...]

Bug off

If we could examine the inner workings of the infant parent’s brain, we would first see that incomparable oxytocin rush and the euphoric love that [...]

Tooth tips

Nothing shines brighter than baby's smile, and there's no better time to start protecting those pearly whites than during National Children's Dental Health Month. Pediatric dentist [...]

Easy does it

Ready to introduce your baby to more than milk? Set yourself up for success with these recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Talk him [...]

Pedi-cures

Reflexology can help with imbalances in sleep cycles and digestion, as well as encourage caregiver-infant bonding, explains Amy Kreydin, board-certified reflexologist and owner of The [...]

Made to order

Foods that should be fortifying become frightening when allergies or intolerances are thrown into the mix. The body misidentifies certain foods as malicious invaders, responding [...]

Conquer cradle cap

If dry scales have appeared on your baby’s noggin, it’s most likely seborrheic dermatitis, commonly known by its less frightening name, cradle cap. Here’s what [...]

Baby bunk

When you’re pregnant, nearly everyone who crosses your path will gladly tell you the best way to raise a baby. But following so-and-so’s suggestions isn’t [...]

Making sense

Your little one is a natural learner. From day one, his five glorious senses are sending a steady stream of messages about his new postwomb [...]

Roo and you

Nestling your newborn against bare skin, also known as kangaroo care, provides rewards for parent and child that extend deep below the surface. Touchy feely [...]

Bug off

If we could examine the inner workings of the infant parent’s brain, we would first see that incomparable oxytocin rush and the euphoric love that [...]

Tooth tips

Nothing shines brighter than baby's smile, and there's no better time to start protecting those pearly whites than during National Children's Dental Health Month. Pediatric dentist [...]

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