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When your baby gets hurt -- be it a bug bite or a bruise -- knowing how to care for her can help ease your anxiety. We've got first-aid tips for treating minor boo-boo's.
Common infant ailments
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On the milestones page you'll find a summary of social-emotional growth, language acquisition, and the development of fine and gross motor skills for the first year.
The idea of finding the right doctor -- one who possesses all of the qualities and necessary qualifications to help you care for your child -- can seem like a daunting task. Before you get overwhelmed, remember that pediatricians are committed to helping parents raise healthy children with the greatest possible ease, comfort, pleasure and success. Dr. Steven P. Shelov explains how to find the right pediatrician for your child.
Making the most of a doctor's visit
When traveling by plane, give your baby a bottle or cup to drink during flight take-offs and landings. The swallowing will equalize the pressure she may feel behind her eardrum and prevent ear pain.
Should your baby be exposed to a computer?
The REI method of childrearing
Preserving umbilical cord blood
Signs that your baby is sick
When your baby becomes a big sister/big
The art of eating for two
How does your baby grow?
Taking steps to lower SIDS
Fire safety tips
Breastfeeding in the workplace
Preparing your marriage for another baby
Fevers: When to call the doctor
Beat the baby blues
How motherhood changes us
Childproofing and baby safety checklist
Medicine chest checklist
Managing morning sickness
Massaging your infant
Food allergies: They're not as common as you think
Getting back to your pre-pregnancy weight
Finding work and family balance
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The content on these pages is provided as general information only and should not be substituted for the advice of your physician.