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Parents want the best of everything for their little ones, including shiny teeth and healthy gums. To be sure that your baby gets the best dental care possible, check out these basic do's and don'ts.
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Infectious diarrheal disease or acute gastroenteritis is one of the most common illnesses in childhood. This can be quite a significant problem for children in daycare.
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So, it is time to head to the doctor for the well-baby exam. You are trying to remember all those questions you've filed away in your mind to ask the doctor when she checks out your child.
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Ear infections (otitis media) are the most common cause of pediatric visits, and subsequent antibiotic use during the first two years of a child's life.
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The National Institutes of Health recommended in 1993 that all babies undergo hearing tests within the first three months of life.
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Does your baby have colic? Our questionnaire will help you decide.
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After your child's birth, your baby will experience many important medical procedures, many of them mandated by law.
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Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of death for babies under a year old in the United States. Most SIDS deaths occur between two and four months of age.
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Your baby's skin is thinner, more fragile and less oily than an adult's. It also produces less melanin, the substance that helps ward off sunburn.
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