Bananas are an excellent source of nutrition and make great first foods to babies. Banana puree can be introduced as solid food anywhere between the age of 4-6…

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Low body temperature may occur from cold exposure, shock, alcohol or drug use, or certain metabolic disorders, such as diabetes or hypothyroidism. A low body temperature may also…

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Infants cry at loud noises because those sounds are unfamiliar to them and it’s a normal part of their neurological development. As your baby matures and becomes used…

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Research has dem- onstrated that nurturing touch actually helps infants gain weight and develop healthy relationships with caregivers, as holding and stroking an infant stimulates the brain to…

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Babies can start to use a spoon by themselves at around 10 to 12 months old. Your child will continue to get better at using tools like spoons…

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Baby needs about 14.5 hours of sleep a day, with about 11 to 12 during the night. The other two to three-and-a-half hours should come during two naps….

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A play saucer is another great option for keeping your baby safe and occupied while you shower. If your baby is at the scooting or crawling stage, you’ll…

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Here’s how to do the pick up / put down sleep training method: In pick up/put down (or fading), play a strong white noise in the room and…

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Once baby’s capable of sleeping through the night without a feed, you need to make sure they’re getting the calories they need during their daytime hours. The best…

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Vomiting. Spitting up and dribbling milk with burps or after feedings is fairly common in newborns. This is because the sphincter muscle between the stomach and the esophagus…

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