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So you gave birth to a happy and healthy baby, what
happens next? How breastfeeding, vaccines, car seats,
and other precautions can protect baby from common
infections and mishaps that have serious consequences.
Developing an early connection with your baby is essential to the long-term health and happiness of your child and family. Check out these tips on how dad can best bond with baby.
Cerebral palsy is a devastating disorder that permanently damages muscle coordination and body movement. It appears in early childhood and is usually caused by infection or trauma to the brain.
Can Cord Blood Stem Cells Treat Cerebral Palsy?
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the leading cause of disability and death in children and adolescents in the US. For children ages 0-14 years, TBI results in an estimated 2,685 deaths, 37,000 hospitalizations, and 435,000 emergency department visits every year.
Baby’s First Christmas is a day that you will remember for the rest of your life, even if your little one doesn’t. Follow our tips to make the most of this special and exciting time!
Preparing yourself and your partner for baby number one is a seemingly unsurmountable task, so once you tackle it, prepping for any future children sounds like a breeze. But with a little one at home, you’re guaranteed to be more distracted (and tired) as you get ready for baby number two.
Project Nursery's products focus on baby's safety and development while keeping their nursery looking stylish. Check out the innovative products that help make parents' lives easier!
Healthy babies start with healthy food. Learn more about cold pressed baby food from Once Upon a Farm and if it is right for your family.
Struggling to balance your life now that baby has been born? Find out ways you can stay healthy after childbirth.
Should you post this cute of your newborn on Facebook? Or that video on Instagram? Learn more in our new parent's guide to social media posting.
With more than 329,000 cases of lyme disease each year, it is important to know how to protect yourself and your little one. Learn how to prevent lyme disease in your family today.
If you're hoping to breastfeed your baby after a C-section, here's what you need to know—from the best nursing positions to using pain medication and more.