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  1. Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip - Health Tools

    Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Hip Dysplasia: Caring for Your Child in a Body (Spica) Cast

  2. Premature Infant - Taking Your Baby Home

    Whether you have spent days, weeks, or months visiting and leaving your infant at the hospital, the homecoming is a long - awaited event. Your premature infant is considered ready to go home when he or she is able to: Take all feedings by nipple and continue to gain weight. In rare cases, infants are discharged while still on partial tube - feedings that are given by parents at home. If your infa

  3. Cup-Feeding Baby With Breast Milk or Formula - Topic Overview

    Cup-feeding is a way to provide breast milk or formula to a baby who is unwilling or unable to breast-feed or drink from a bottle. If a mother wants to breast-feed,cup-feeding is also sometimes used as an alternative to bottle-feeding for a baby who needs supplementation for a few days. To cup-feed your baby,fill a medicine cup to about 1 fl oz (29.6 mL) with breast milk or formula. Make ...

  4. Breastfeeding Overview

    WebMD gives you an overview of breastfeeding, including the benefits, challenges, and possible solutions.

  5. Breast Problems After Breastfeeding

    WebMD explains how breastfeeding can affect your breasts. Learn what to expect and how to deal with certain breast problems.

  6. Establishing Good Sleep Habits

    WebMD explains what to expect during a baby's third month and how to establish good sleep habits.

  7. 12 Super-Foods for New Moms

    WebMD offers diet tips for new moms that will help boost your energy and increase nutrients for both you and your baby.

  8. Nursery Equipment Safety Checklist - Topic Overview

    The following safety guidelines are adapted from the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (USCPSC). They are for various equipment found in nurseries, both at home and in child care settings. Back carriersAll back carriers should meet the following safety standards:Check if meets standards1. Carrier has restraining strap to secure child. 2. Leg openings are small enough to prevent ...

  9. Growth and Development, Ages 1 to 12 Months - Health Tools

    Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health. Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Depression: Managing Postpartum Depression Fitness: Staying Active When You Have Young Children Sleep: Helping Your Children-and Yourself-Sleep Well ...

  10. Growth and Development, Ages 1 to 12 Months - Topic Overview

    How does my baby grow and develop in the first year?The first 12 months may be the most dynamic period of life. Dramatic changes are taking place in all areas of growth and development, which include:Physical development. Most babies double their birth weight by gaining an average of to every day for the first 6 months of life. Birth weight usually triples somewhere between 9 and 12 months of ...

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