You’ve heard that breastfeeding is good for a child’s body (and a mother’s too). But have you heard that it’s good for his behavior—not just in infancy, but later in childhood? That’s the conclusion reached by a team of researchers... more
It’s upsetting when your soft-skinned baby or toddler is suddenly covered with an angry red rash. The first time it happens, you’ll likely call your child’s pediatrician in a bit of a panic, but you’ll soon discover that rashes are... more
I can see the pictures now, images taken in the 1940s and 50s, of my mother, pregnant with me or one of my five siblings—cigarette in one hand, cocktail in another. Guided by a message of moderation (1-2 drinks per... more
Ever since Russian yoga instructor Lena Fokina posted a video of herself on the Internet in January 2011 swinging newborns around by their limbs, yoga for babies and young children has been called into question. YouTube has since removed the... more
Not again! It’s three o’clock in the morning, and you are so so tired. But your baby is crying. Time for a diaper change and feeding. If only this baby would stop crying! Why is your baby crying? And how... more
It was nearly 5 a.m. Impossible! I grabbed my cell phone to make sure the time on my alarm clock was right. Surely my 10-week-old daughter didn’t sleep for seven hours? I was initially elated. Then panic struck. Something must... more
What are diphtheria, tetanus & pertussis? The DTaP vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), protects against three serious bacterial diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis. Diphtheria is a bacterial infection involving the surface (mucus membrane) of... more
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