Sleep deprivation, Mama? Learn how sleep loss in moms, which often starts when one adjusts to her newborn's erratic sleep patterns, can significantly affect a woman's safety, health, and emotional stability.
For some parents, putting a baby to bed is a nightly source of anxiety—how much sleep does your child need, can she sleep with a blanket, are stuffed animals OK? Find the answer to these questions and more.
It's a fact of life that childhood comes with its share of bumps and bruises. Learn guidelines on essential items to store (or not to keep!) in your family medicine cabinet and how to effectively maintain your supplies.
It worked for Mary Poppins, but in most families it takes more than a spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down. Here are some tips and tricks for administering medication to the littlest patients.
Having large babies with rolls, dimples and irresistibly pinchable squishy cheeks used to be seen as a good thing. People used to think it was a sign of a healthy baby, but now we are learning more about the various health and medical risks for mom and baby associated with macrosomic newborns.
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