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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.
A disability is a physical or mental impairment that makes living life more difficult. Many people see a disability as a disadvantage or deficiency. While disabilities do make life a bit more challenging, they shouldn’t keep a person from living the life of which they’ve always dreamed. That includes having children and supporting a family.
Lactose intolerance is normal for a baby. Here is your list of alternatives to feed your baby beside breast milk and baby formula.
A milk allergy usually takes a while to develop in children, but sometimes babies are born with the condition. Find out the symptoms of lactose intolerance in infants. Learn if your breast milk can cause harm to your baby and what to do if you think your baby is allergic to lactose.
Did you know that a child who has a food allergy is also more likely to have eczema and asthma? The more food allergies that a child has, the more severe their eczema and asthma will likely be. Learn how to protect your child from exposure that could lead to skin irritation and breathing concerns.
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.