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Baby Care


Baby Care

Protect Your Baby From A Tot-Borne Virus

Kiss young kids on the head, not the mouth or cheeks.

Formula-fed Babies at Risk for Overfeeding

Pay attention to cues that your bottle-fed baby has had enough to eat.

9 to 12 Months

Stranger anxiety emerges: Make the first haircut less traumatic.

1 to 2 Years

The playground beckons: Help your child have a fun, safe experience.

Happy Feet

Putting shoes on infants isn't necessarily a good idea.

Down and Dirty

Exposure to common allergens in infancy may trigger a protective response in the baby's immune system.

Tap Trumps Bottled

A majority of bottled-water brands do not contain fluoride.

Protect Your Baby's Choppers

The most prevalent childhood disease is dental caries (aka cavities), but thankfully, cavities are largely preventable--as long as you start caring for your baby's teeth as soon as they sprout.

Newborn Skin Care

Smooth baby skin? Ha! Many infants have bumps, flakes and scales in their first couple of months. Here's the lowdown on four conditions:

Skin Solutions

Get smooth baby skin.

Safe Sleep

As nighttime temperatures plunge, you might be tempted to crank up the thermostat and bundle your baby in blankets.


Caring for baby's hair can be a mystery. Should you shampoo every day?

Ask Dr. Jay

Pediatrician Jay Gordon answers questions about your babys health.
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