There’s a lot of advice about what foods you should eat to encourage a healthy milk supply when you’re breastfeeding. But are there really magic lactation-inducing foods? A lactation specialist explains.
Using a nasal aspirator can help remove some of the phlegm in your baby’s nose before it slides down their throat and makes it difficult to breathe or eat. A pediatrician provides advice on how to use the different types of aspirators.
They’re powdered. They’re marketed for kids transitioning to solid food. And they cost a pretty penny. Find out if toddler drinks are worth splurging on.
If your baby is crying, chances are they may need to eat, have a dirty diaper, are gassy, fatigued or just plain fussy. A pediatrician highlights the differences, along with some helpful tips.
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A kid with a cough can be a sad sight indeed. But cough medicine isn’t always the best bet. Here’s why and what alternatives may work better.
Should you worry if your baby started out in the 90th percentile but as a toddler is barely in the 20th? Here’s what to look for, including some possible reasons your child’s weight and height may differ from their peers.
A pediatric psychologist explains how you can teach your kids about consent and bodily autonomy even from an early age.
Iron deficiency anemia is relatively common among children. Learn about the four main reasons this condition occurs, and what symptoms to look out for.
Learn why it’s so important to act fast when your kid knocks a tooth loose.
A pediatrician helps us understand the cause of peeling skin for newborns and shares treatment options that won’t do any harm.