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Mom’s stress during pregnancy can affect baby’s iron levels

Newborns whose mothers are under stress during the first trimester of pregnancy may be at risk for low iron status, which could lead to physical and mental delays down the road, according to a recent study.

Renowned Photog Critiques Your Snapshots Via Facebook

Upload your favorite amateur photos to Nick Kelsh's Facebook page, “How to Photograph Your Baby,” and receive professional-level tips for improvement mixed with a dose of humor.

Have Heat Rash? Try This.

It's been hot. Really hot. Got heat rash? Try these tips for relief: *Wash the area with a gentle soap, rinse with water, and gently pat dry with a towel. Washing several times a day is recommended. *Move to a cooler environment, and let skin be exposed to ventilation. *Take a cool shower or bath.

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Archive »Childbirth

Common difficulties when first brining your baby home

Caring for your baby involves more than midnight feedings and diaper changes. Common skin conditions and other ailments can crop up overnight. Keep a close eye on any physical changes you notice in your newborn. This will keep your baby comfortable and healthy — and you’ll feel better, too...

9 ways to help reduce SIDS

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome—an unexpected, unexplained, sudden death—is the leading cause of death among infants 1 month to 1 year old...

Helpful feeding tips

Registered dietitian Claudia Gonzalez shares some of her most popular infant nutrition and feeding tips...

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Archive »Newborn

A suck decision: Baby bottles or mama’s breast?

Choosing between breastfeeding and formula feeding is one of the most pressing decisions all expectant parents face. But it’s not always an easy one...

Vaccines and autism: The mythical link that won’t go away

Vaccines and autism: The mythical link that won’t go away

To Dr. Paul Offit and his fellow medical professionals, there is no debate: vaccines do not cause autism. Yet the myth of a link has persisted—and the effects are lethal...

Saving with the BIGGEST little bundle of your life

There are two kinds of budgeting for a baby. One starts before conception and involves paying down debt and building a financial nest egg. The other starts seconds after you see that terrifyingly awesome “+” sign on the stick. My husband and I were followers of the latter budgeting plan...

 
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