Diarrhea in newborns is characterized by the frequent passing of loose or watery stools. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including infection, food intolerance, or an underlying medical condition. Diarrhea can lead to dehydration, so it’s important to pay attention to your newborn’s bowel movements and seek medical attention if necessary. How […]
Bouncers are a popular baby gear item that can provide a safe and entertaining place for your little one to rest and play. But at what age can a baby use a bouncer? According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), infants should not be placed in any type of equipment that holds them in […]
When your child is in pain or has a fever, you need to choose a fever reducer/pain reliever. The most common medications are Tylenol and Motrin. For years, each claimed on their television advertisements that their product was recommended most by pediatricians. Over the last few years, both Motrin and Tylenol stopped making these claims. This leaves it up to you to decide which is the best fever reducer to give your child. If your child has an infection that is causing the fever, neither medication will cure them faster. However, the fever reducer will help your child feel better faster and it will prevent their fever from spiking which can be dangerous.
Although stretch marks can occur throughout many parts of a woman’s life, many women are most interested in fully getting rid of them during and after pregnancy. While you may not be able to eliminate these marks completely, many of them can be dramatically lightened. Whether you currently have stretch marks or simply want to prevent new ones from forming, products such as Bio Oil and Mederma can help you achieve your beauty goals.
If your child suddenly started coughing, would you be able to tell if he/she needed immediate medical attention? While most coughs eventually pass without any problems, others are much more serious. Many parents have comforted a coughing child at some point in their lives, and more than likely their little munchkin was suffering from a respiratory illness like a cold or flu. However, in many cases, your child’s cough may be an indication of a more severe condition such as croup, RSV, or whooping cough. Depending on which one of these illnesses your child has, his/her cough can clear up within a few days or several months with the appropriate treatment.
The vast majority of people agree that breastfeeding is the best decision parents can make when it comes to feeding their baby. Each mother generates a fluid that has been formed from each baby´s individual needs that is the reason why breast milk is the healthiest and most nutritious food that exists.