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How to Choose
a Formula

Choosing the formula that's best
for your baby can be tough for
new moms. Here are some tips.

Spitting Up

Find out what causes spitting up,
reflux, and vomiting in babies.

Choosing a Bottle

The choices in bottles can be
overwhelming. Let us break it
down for you.

Breast to Bottle

Weaning your baby from breast to
bottle doesn't have to be hard.

Bottle to Cup

Babies are active at this time in
their lives. We've got hints that
they might be ready to wean.

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Bottle Feeding Worries

How much formula does a baby need? What are some typical bottle frustrations? We offer guidance, step by step.

Formula Feeding

Finding the right formula for your baby doesn't have to be complicated. We help sift through the selections step by step.

Baby Bottle Basics

Rounding up appropriate supplies before bottle feeding a baby is essential. We help with the selection, care and cleaning.

Ask the Expert

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Bottle Feeding & Formula

Our expert answers your formula and bottle feeding questions.

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Bottle-Feeding

Tips to keep your baby happy.

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