The start reflex is one of your baby’s most instinctual moves – but it’ll go away quicker than you might think.
Get answers on all your baby questions, from how much Pedialyte to give your six-month-old to other things.
When you make the decision to formula-feed, you’ll need to consider what kind of water is best for use in your baby’s bottles. Learn which types have been deemed safe for consumption by infants and which you should avoid.
Many hospitals teach new parents how to swaddle their infant right after a baby is born as it can be one of the most useful tools in the new parent arsenal. But what is the best and safest blanket to use for swaddling?
I was surprised when my pediatrician told me not to use lotion on my newborn. Here’s why they recommend against it and the facts about when you can start using lotions.
Just like adults, babies have earwax that protects the ear canal. While some ear wax is harmless, a buildup may cause irritation and interfere with hearing. Here are some of the best ways to safely clean your baby’s ears.
Making the transition from breast or formula feeding to whole milk is a big step for babies as well as parents. With doctors recommending you wait until 1 year, many parents are asking if 11 month-olds can make the switch.
Amoxicillin treats a host of bacterial infections, such as pneumonia and ear infections. While deemed safe for babies, amoxicillin side effects are common.
By the time a child reaches age the age of three, he or she will most likely have a winning smile of 20 baby teeth or “milk teeth.”But how many do they have after one year?
If your newborn’s umbilical cord stump has recently fallen off, you may be worried that you’re not cleaning the belly button well enough. This article will walk you through how to care for your baby’s belly button, step by step.
There is extensive research that supports the short and long-term health benefits of breastfeeding, but for many new mothers, it is only natural to ask yourself – how much breastmilk should I be producing?
SIDS is the leading cause of death in infants aged one month to one year. Knowing what factors contribute to SIDS can help you better understand when your baby is in the clear.