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Caring for your sick baby is among the biggest responsibilities any new parent faces. Here, you'll find information on some of the most common (and uncommon) health problems your baby is likely to encounter including: Acid Reflux, Allergies, Asthma, Autism, Colds, Constipation, Cough, Flu, Ear Infection, Eczema, Diarrhea, Fever, Teething, Rashes, Sunburn, and more.

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How to Clean Baby Teeth

Even though your baby's primary teeth fall out, taking care of them is essential for their gums and those future permanent teeth. Here are the best tips for keeping your little one’s teeth clean.

Do Postpartum Depression Symptoms Look Different in a Pandemic?

When you become a parent in the midst of a global pandemic, everything is new. Here's how to distinguish between the stress of 2020 and a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (PMAD) and get the help you need.

How to Help a Toddler with Constipation

Constipation can cause plenty of pain and discomfort for toddlers. These expert-approved tips can help get things moving again.

My Preemie Died From Sepsis And This is What I Want Other Parents to Know

A mom from Texas wasn't aware of the risks of sepsis until the birth of her twins. Now she's urging parents to learn about the life-threatening condition. Here's what you need to know.

Postpartum Depression Can Last 3 Years After Giving Birth, Study Finds

A new study finds postpartum depression symptoms can linger three years after childbirth. Experts say PPD screenings for mothers after the first year may be necessary. 

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6 Early Autism Intervention Activities for Babies

Experts are discovering that everyday playful interactions with babies ages 9 to 12 months can help reduce symptoms of autism—and boost any child’s development.

8 Different Kinds of Teethers to Help You Find the Right One for Your Baby

From a freezer teether to a teething bib, different solutions work for different teething babies. Shop these 8 from retailers like BuyBuyBaby, Amazon, and Target.

What to Expect During Your Postpartum Depression Screening

成人小视频appPostpartum depression (PPD) can be serious and scary—but the idea of being tested for it shouldn't be. Experts explain how PPD tests using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale work and what to expect.