Does a spoonful of sugar help the medicine go down? Not always. Learn how to get your toddler to take medicine without a struggle.
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.
Stretch marks often develop at the tail end of pregnancy, but can appear much sooner on some women. Learn how changes in your skin can lead to stretch marks.
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.
Morning sickness isn’t just limited to the AM hours – it can strike anytime of the day. Learn how to best cope with work responsibilities when you’re feeling nauseous.
The experts have their answers, but the best thing you can do is pay attention to your little one’s cues and napping habits. Here’s how to make the transition go smoother.