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    1. Understanding Newborn Jaundice -- Symptoms

      Learn the symptoms of newborn jaundice from the experts at WebMD.

    2. Understanding Newborn Jaundice -- the Basics

      Newborn jaundice is very common -- but do you know what it is? Learn more.

    3. Understanding Colic -- the Basics

      Find out the basics about colic, including possible causes, how old babies are when colic starts, and at what age the symptoms of colic go away.

    4. Understanding Diaper Rash -- the Basics

      Get the basics on diaper rash from the experts at WebMD.

    5. Understanding Diaper Rash -- Symptoms

      Understand the symptoms of diaper rash from the experts at WebMD.

    6. Tips to Choose Baby Formula

      You’ve decided not to breastfeed, or maybe you want to have some formula on hand just in case. Now is a good time to think about what type of baby formula you'll use.

    7. Baby Bottles: What Type Is Best for Your Little One?

      Baffled by the myriad bottles and other baby-feeding equipment out there? WebMD helps you navigate the choices to find what you need.

    8. Mastitis While Breast-Feeding - 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 ...

    9. Mastitis While Breast-Feeding - Topic Overview

      Breast milk or formula is the only food babies need for the first 4 to 6 months of life,at which point solid foods can be gradually introduced. Ideally,your baby will be fed only breast milk until 6 months of age. Before you start offering solid foods,talk to your doctor. He or she will want to be certain that your baby is physically and developmentally ready. And although breast-fed ...

    10. Breast-Feeding - When to Call a Doctor

      Talk to your child's health professional about weaning if:Your baby refuses all solid food and is older than 6 to 8 months of age.Your baby has changed from sleeping through the night to waking up during the night hungry. Your baby develops dental cavities (caries).Your baby seems overweight for his or her age, size, or birth weight.Your toddler (1 to 2 years old) focuses on breast - or ...

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