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Health & Baby

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  1. Is My Newborn Normal?

    The moment your newborn is delivered, you're bound to heave a heavy sigh of relief now that baby has come. But if you're like most first-time parents, that relief doesn't last long, because now you will have new challenges facing you. Unexpected birthmarks, a pulsating soft spot, jaundice, skin rash

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  2. Expert Q&A: Bathing and Soothing Baby’s Skin

    Guidelines for baby skin care can seem complicated -- full of recommendations about using this and avoiding that. But caring for baby’s skin isn’t really that difficult. Sometimes new parents overdo it with products that aren’t necessary for babies. To understand some of the best ways to care for yo

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  3. Tips for Going Back to Work After Baby

    By Nicole Yorio Remember that everyone in your life needs to be part of the picture. So before you go back to work, build your support team — that includes your partner, the caretaker, fellow working moms you can go to for advice, and a parent or friend who's willing to help out. Discuss your expect

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  4. Getting the Baby Shower You Want

    The most uncomfortable baby shower Tina Haller remembers attending was one hosted by the expectant mother's mom. "It was obvious the mom-to-be didn't want to play baby shower games and she kept saying, 'I told my mom I didn't want to this,'" says Haller, a mother in Nevada City, Calif. "It was bad f

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  5. Give Your Baby the Best Start

    From car seats to child gates, and corner bumpers to outlet covers, we take a lot of precautions to protect our children. Here, we tackle the room your baby will spend most of her time in, the nursery, with eight simple recommendations that are important to giving your baby a healthy start in life.

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  6. Parenthood: Life After Baby

    If you're about to begin maternity leave and looking forward to all the free time you'll have, WebMD is proud to offer you a reality check. Don't count on finishing home improvement projects, catching up on leisure reading, or watching all those programs stored on your TiVo. Here's how new parents r

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  7. Baby-Proof Your Sanity: 6 Parenting Tips

    Sleep deprivation combined with the constant demands of caring for a baby can test your limits. The challenges of having a new baby can take their toll, but while you are focusing on your bundle of joy, don't forget to take care of yourself. "The health of a family depends on the health of the mothe

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  8. Baby Development: Your 1-Year-Old

    Learn about baby milestones in the first 12 months and what to expect from your infant in Month 12 of WebMD’s Baby Month by Month Guide.

  9. Baby Development: Your 10-Month-Old

    Learn about baby milestones in the first 12 months and what to expect from your infant in Month 10 of WebMD’s Baby Month by Month Guide.

  10. Baby Development: Your 7-Month-Old

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