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.
Fever in Babies
WebMD explains fever in infants -- including possible causes, taking an accurate temperature, 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.
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.
Baby Development: Your 7-Month-Old
Learn what baby milestones you can expect from your 7-month-old baby in WebMD's Baby Month-by-Month Guide.
Baby Nutrition in the First Year: What to Feed Your Baby Now
This nutrition chart from WebMD shows what solid foods your baby should be eating at each stage of the first year and how to prepare them.
What Baby Skin Care Products Does Your Newborn Need?
WebMD tells you which skin care products you should have on hand for your newborn - and which ones to avoid.
Lipodystrophy is a problem with the way your body uses and stores fat. Inherited types affect babies and kids. It changes the way they look and causes serious complications.
Premature Infant - The Premature Newborn
A premature infant's health at birth is influenced by numerous factors, including: Gestational age at birth.Weight at birth. Maternal illness and medical treatment during pregnancy, which can have an effect on the fetus.Congenital birth defects.Most infants born at 36 and 37 weeks' gestation are mature enough to be discharged from the hospital with the mother. Many premature infants, however, are
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) - Topic Overview
What is sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)?Sometimes a baby who seems healthy dies during sleep. This is called sudden infant death syndrome or SIDS. SIDS is also known as crib death. In most cases, a parent or caregiver puts the baby down to sleep and returns later to find the baby has died. It’s no one’s fault. SIDS can happen even when you do everything right. Although SIDS is rare, it is