Color Changes in Your Baby's Bowel Movements
Are your baby's bowel movements normal? Find out more from WebMD about how diet changes can affect an infant's stool color and consistency.
A Baby Diaper Troubleshooting Guide
WebMD's guide to diapering your baby and treating diaper rash.
Baby Skin Care: Tips for Your Newborn
Newborn skin is delicate -- and so is a baby's immune system. Learn more from WebMD about protecting your newborn from skin irritation, dryness, rashes, and chafing.
Phenylketonuria (PKU) Test
A phenylketonuria (PKU) test is done to check whether a newborn baby has the enzyme needed to use phenylalanine in his or her body. Phenylalanine is an amino acid that is needed for normal growth and development.
Answers About Your Baby’s Sleep
Answers to parents' top 7 questions about babies and sleep.
Help Your Baby Sleep Through the Night
Tips on sleep training your baby.
How to Set Good Sleep Patterns for Your Baby
WebMD's guide to your baby's sleep habits.
Breast-Feeding - When To Call a Doctor
Call your doctor now if you have: Increasing pain in one area of the breast. Increasing redness in one area of the breast or red streaks extending away from an area of the breast. Drainage of pus from the nipple or another area of the breast. A fever of 101°F (38.3°C) or higher. Call your doctor today if you have: Breast problems,such as cracked and bleeding nipples or blisters on your ...
Breast-Feeding - 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. How to breast - feed ...
Breast-Feeding - Feeding Patterns
Prenatal visitsAt your prenatal visits, talk to your doctor about your plans to breast - feed. Make sure he or she is knowledgeable and is able to guide you through the planning and initiation process. Ask for recommendations on books, classes, or support groups. You may also be referred to a lactation consultant.A breast exam is a routine part of all first prenatal visits. Breast lumps and cysts