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  1. Health and Safety, Birth to 2 Years - 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. Fitness: Staying active when you have young children ...

  2. Health and Safety, Birth to 2 Years - Topic Overview

    This topic advises parents and caregivers on ways to help prevent illness and accidental injuries in babies and young children. It is not able or meant to cover every risk that faces a child. However, the topic addresses many of the most common hazards so you can help minimize the risk of infections and injuries and identify areas and situations that can be dangerous for a child up to 2 years of .

  3. Health and Safety, Birth to 2 Years - Safety Measures Outside the Home

    You cannot protect your child from every danger he or she can possibly encounter outside the home. However, you can take reasonable precautions and teach your child basic safety rules. This general training can help prepare your child for a variety of situations he or she may face.Prevent accidents by using safe equipment, teaching safety awareness, and closely supervising your child. Always use .

  4. Health and Safety, Birth to 2 Years - Parent Self-Care

    Gaining confidence Many parents wonder whether they are equipped to handle the responsibility of keeping their child safe. You will likely feel more confident if you are alert, taking all the precautions you can, and know how to respond to emergencies.Learn first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Classes usually are offered through your local hospital or fire department.Read and learn .

  5. Quick Tips: Baby-Proofing Your Home - Get started

    WebMD's list of guidelines helps you baby-proof your home quickly and keep your little one safe.

  6. 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 ...

  7. Child Car Seats - Topic Overview

    Infant and child car seats save lives. The laws in each state are different. Most states require them for all children under age 4 and those weighing less than . But some states require car seats to be used for children up to age 6 or .A child who is not in a car seat can be seriously injured or killed during a crash or an abrupt stop, even at low speeds. A parent's arms are not strong enough to .

  8. Spitting Up - Topic Overview

    Almost all babies spit up, especially newborns. Spitting up decreases once the muscles of the esophagus, the muscular tube that connects the throat to the stomach, become more coordinated. This process can take as little as 6 months or as long as 1 year.When spitting up becomes a problemIf your baby starts spitting up after every feeding, there may be a problem with the way he or she is being ...

  9. Language Development in Newborns - Topic Overview

    Speech and language lessons start in the uterus,where your unborn baby hears and responds to familiar voices. Indeed,soon after birth,your baby prefers and responds more to the mother's voice than to any other. Also,your newborn can recognize whether sounds are part of his or her native language. Your newborn continues to learn language by listening to the basic and distinct sounds ...

  10. Quick Tips: Getting Baby to Sleep - Get started

    WebMD gives ideas for helping your newborn to get to sleep and stay asleep longer.

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