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Does My Baby Have Silent Reflux?

Spitting up is normal in newborns--a result of a still maturing digestive system, and often little more than a laundry problem; but sometimes, a baby can suffer a more aggravated version. (more&hell...

Is My Baby’s Stork Bite Forever?

Some babies are born pristine(ish); others bear the signs of perinatal battle: patches, blotches, and, most notably--'stork marks', or 'bites'. Do they ever fade? Here's what the experts say. (more&...

Is there a ‘Best’ Age Gap between Kids?

When it comes to having kids, even our best laid plans are subject to the whims of nature; so attempting to create the 'perfect' spacing between siblings is hardly a straightforward process. The conce...

Baby Sleep Positioners–Why the Recall?

UK retailers including Tesco, Mothercare and John Lewis are set to remove baby sleep positioners from their shelves following an FDA safety warning--but are sleep nests considered dangerous, too? (m...

Baby Dermatitis: What Does it Look Like?

Dermatitis is thankfully not a serious condition, and usually resolves itself over time—but the itchy-though-innocuous scourge can be particularly uncomfortable for baby. Here’s how to identity if...

How to Treat Your Baby’s Cradle Cap

Anne Geddes may have us believe that babies are born flawless (and also emerge hatching out of watermelons), but actual birth quickly rids us of this folly: newborns come with a spectacular array o...