How to Calm a Fussy or Colicky Baby
WebMD explains how to calm a fussy or colicky baby. Get tips that can help you soothe your newborn.
Vaccination Schedule: What to Expect
WebMD provides an overview of the vaccines baby will need and when these vaccines are given.
Bottle-Feeding - Routine Checkups
Your baby needs routine medical checkups. During these checkups (called well baby visits), your baby's height, weight, and head circumference will be measured to determine whether he or she is growing at the expected rate. At each well baby visit, talk to your doctor about your baby's nutritional needs, which change as he or she grows and develops. For example, babies between 4 and 6 months of ...
Returning to Work: Coping With Mommy Guilt
WebMD discusses changes in your three month old baby and provides tips for moms going back to work.
RSV in Babies
WebMD discusses signs of RSV in babies as well as its causes, treatment, and prevention.
Starting Solid Foods
WebMD helps you know when to introduce solid foods to your growing baby.
The Scoop on Baby Poop
WebMD talks about normal baby poop for your one-month-old and how to know when something is wrong with baby's bowel movements.
Getting Baby to Sleep Through the Night
WebMD discusses tips for helping baby to sleep through the night at four months and explains what to expect from your growing child.
Baby Brain Boosters
The experts at WebMD discuss your baby's vision and brain boosters like storytime. Can DVDs and television boost baby's IQ as well?
Is My Baby On Track? Spotting Developmental Delays
Learn from WebMD how to tell if your baby is on track or if he or she might be experiencing developmental delays.