August 8, 2013Most newborns need their diapers changed 10 to 15 times a day. Be sure to make it a special time for talking, laughing and playing with your baby.
Babies don't come with instruction manuals. But parents and healthcare professionals have learned a lot about the best ways to care for and nurture little ones.
Here's the latest advice and information to help you through the first 12 months.
August 8, 2013The Breastfeeding Buddy is an easy fun and educational tool to support your breastfeeding at this important time of life for you and your baby. This web based app has tips, tools and videos to help you with breastfeeding and more.
August 7, 2013Baby carriers lets you get out and explore the world with your baby. Here are some tips to help you do it safely.
August 7, 2013Follow these guidelines to ensure your stroller keeps your baby safe and secure.
August 7, 2013Babies have delicate, sensitive skin that is easily damaged by the sun, even on cloudy or overcast days.
August 7, 2013It's important to babyproof your home - before your little one is crawling. They can find themselves in harm's way very quickly.
August 7, 2013As your baby grows, he or she will get better at learning to think - This is cognitive development.
August 6, 2013Between six and nine months, you'll really start to notice your baby's social and emotional development. Here's what you can expect.
August 6, 2013Breast milk has almost all the nutrients a baby needs – but may not contain enough vitamin D.
August 6, 2013Babies develop and grow in a very short time. Here's what you can expect in terms of infant development from birth to six months of age.
August 6, 2013Once you start giving your baby solid foods, it's important to know which foods can be dangerous. Here's some advice about what to avoid and how to practice food safety for babies.
August 10, 2013Being bitten by a nursing baby hurts! Does that mean you have to stop breastfeeding once your baby's teeth come in? Absolutely not.
August 4, 2013Generally, the more you breastfeed, the more milk you’ll make. But some women may produce too much milk – or not enough. In either case, there is help available.
August 10, 2013How do you know if your baby's hearing and vision is developing properly? Here are some things to keep in mind when it comes to your baby's health.
August 11, 2013Babies generally cry because they're hungry, uncomfortable, sick, hurt or looking for affection. But sometimes, you can try everything and your baby won't stop crying.
August 12, 2013There are many myths and misconceptions about breastfeeding. Don't let them discourage you. The truth is, almost all women can breastfeed after giving birth.
August 5, 2013Your baby's delicate skin and nails need extra care and attention. Here's some advice about what to expect, and how to keep them healthy.
August 12, 2013Jaundice is a condition that all new parents should be aware of - it appears in about half of all full term babies and about three quarters of preterm babies.
August 12, 2013Early disease newborn screening is a quick blood test that detects a number of treatable, rare disorders in babies.
August 13, 2013Many mothers worry they're not producing enough milk, particularly after the first few weeks.