Sleep, Rest, and Breast-Feeding - When to Call a Doctor
Call a health professional if your baby:Is not growing and gaining weight as expected. About a weight gain per month is usually expected for the first few months after birth.Is constipated or if his or her stools are hard and/or dry.Is vomiting forcefully and seems to be uncomfortable. When vomiting occurs, all or most of a feeding is thrown up.Has diarrhea or skin rash or is vomiting or crying ..
Cleaning Your Young Son's Natural (Uncircumcised) Penis - Exams and Tests
A health professional can usually diagnose mastitis based on the patient's symptoms and by examining the affected breast. Other tests are usually not needed.
Caring for Your Baby's Teeth
WebMD shares information about caring for baby's new teeth, preventing tooth decay, caring for gums, dental visits, and more.
Feeding Baby: 8 Eating Milestones
WebMD offers a guide to your baby's 8 feeding milestones -- from starting solid foods to sitting in a high chair, to wielding a spoon.
Soothing Your Sick Child
WebMD offers tips on soothing your sick infant or toddler.
Forming a Bond With Your Baby -- Why It Isn't Always Immediate
WebMD examines the bond between baby, mother, and father, why it may not happen immediately, and how to foster the connection with your newborn.
Why Won’t Baby Eat?
Feeling frustrated during your baby’s mealtime? WebMD helps you understand common feeding problems and offers solutions to your most challenging mealtime dilemmas.
Diarrhea in Babies
WebMD explains diarrhea in babies, when and how to treat it, and when to call the doctor.
Is Your Baby a Picky Eater?
Is your baby fussy and difficult at feeding time? WebMD helps you to recognize -- and help -- the picky eater in your family.
Fever in Babies
WebMD explains fever in infants -- including possible causes, taking an accurate temperature, and when to call the doctor.