Medical Help for Mom and Her Preemie
Learn all about the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), where preemies go for treatment after they're born.
How Often Should You Feed Your Baby?
How often should you feed your baby? Of course, you’ll do it when your little one is hungry. But how often should you expect that to happen?
A Baby Diaper Troubleshooting Guide
WebMD's guide to diapering your baby and treating diaper rash.
Glass vs. Plastic Baby Bottles
WebMD explains types of baby bottles and how to choose the best one for your baby.
Delayed Walking and Other Foot and Leg Problems in Babies
WebMD explains common foot and leg problems in infants and young children, such as bowed legs, pigeon toes, and walking on tiptoes.
How Well Do Newborns Hear?
Find out from WebMD how well newborns hear the world around them.
Your Newborn Baby's Breathing Noises
If your baby makes noises when breathing, take note of what they sound like. The experts at WebMD help you determine if there is a problem.
The Circumcision Decision
Having your newborn son circumcised is a personal choice. This guide from WebMD answers some questions about the procedure to help you make the decision.
Breast Lumps in Your Newborn Baby
Because of exposure in the womb to mom's hormones, newborns may have swollen breasts and/or breast lumps. Learn more from WebMD.
Care for Your Newborn Boy's Genitals
WebMD explains some minor problems you may notice with your newborn boy's genitals and how they are treated.