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  • What is Thrush

    What is Thrush “Thrush” is another word for a yeast infection, usually of the mouth in babies, or of the vagina in girls and women after puberty. This article is only about thrush in babies – please read our article on...

     
  • How to Get Rid of a Cough

    Cough is one of the most distressing symptoms in children. It sounds painful, it keeps a child awake, and it often bothers other people. Some children just can’t seem to shake a cough no matter what we do. In children with...

     
  • Diaper Rash Treatment

    Diaper rash is a red, irritated area of skin in the groin, buttocks, and other skin that lies under a baby’s diaper. Almost every baby gets diaper rash at some point. Diaper rash has several different causes, but they all have...

     
  • Baby Teething

    What is Teething Teething can be one of the most frustrating and heartbreaking experiences in raising a healthy child. Babies are of course born without teeth in their mouths, which makes nursing easier. But those teeth are actually in their jaws even...

     
  • Lacrimal Duct Stenosis

    What is Lacrimal Duct Stenosis The lacrimal ducts, or tear ducts, carry away liquid from the eyes. They are a part of the natural cleaning system of the eye. You can see the tiny opening of the tear duct on the lower...

     
  • Newborn care

    Newborn care

    If you just recently came home with a newborn child from the hospital and are feeling excited, scared and more scared – well then you are very normal and came to the right place. Been there twice and believe that...

     
  • Jaundice

    Jaundice

    What is Jaundice “Jaundice” (jawn-diss) refers to a yellow or orange color of the skin or eyes. Jaundice is very common in newborn babies. Most babies with newborn jaundice are fine, but there are a few serious conditions that cause it,...

     
  • Crying Infants and Colic

    Crying Infants and Colic

    One of the most stressful experiences for new parents (or seasoned parents for that matter) is dealing with a crying baby. It is normal for babies to cry some (up to 2 – 3 hours per day).  They cry for...

     
  • Cradle Cap

    What is Cradle Cap Cradle cap is a common condition in newborn and young infants. It is a collection of dried skin cells and oils that form a crust over the scalp, usually on the back of the head. Newborn infants’...