Most babies can handle cow’s milk-based formulas very well. However, if your baby is frequently fussy or spitting up after feedings, this could be a sign of milk allergy.
The problem is that most of us tend to overthink feeding, and what we really need to do is just get back to the basics.
When a baby is born with yellowish eyes and skin, most moms and dads start to panic. This yellow discoloration in a newborn is called jaundice, and it’s a common issue.
Worried about having enough milk for your new baby? Get off to a good start with these tips from Cleveland Clinic lactation consultant Suzanne Forsgren, RN, BSN, IBCLC.
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What’s the most effective way to lose post-pregnancy weight short of hiring a full-time chef? Breastfeeding combined with exercise.
Neonatal jaundice is not preventable, but it isn’t always a cause for concern. Know the difference between mild cases and severe cases that require a doctor’s attention.