Baby Sign Language: Does It Work?
WebMD talks about the benefits and possible drawbacks of teaching baby sign language.
Late Preterm Birth: What You Need to Know
Having your baby 3 to 6 weeks early may have a few health risks for you and your child. But you can take steps to help your infant stay healthy and grow normally after an early birth.
Medical Help for Mom and Her Preemie
Learn all about the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), where preemies go for treatment after they're born.
How Often Should You Feed Your Baby?
How often should you feed your baby? Of course, you’ll do it when your little one is hungry. But how often should you expect that to happen?
Your Baby's Bowels and Constipation
There are a lot of misconceptions about constipation and its significance in an infant. Find out more from WebMD about your baby and his bowels.
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.
Delayed Walking and Other Foot and Leg Problems in Babies
WebMD explains common foot and leg problems in infants and young children, such as bowed legs, pigeon toes, and walking on tiptoes.
How Well Do Newborns Hear?
Find out from WebMD how well newborns hear the world around them.
Glass vs. Plastic Baby Bottles
WebMD explains types of baby bottles and how to choose the best one for your baby.