Newborn Jaundice Directory
Newborn jaundice is a condition that often occurs in infants shortly following birth. Babies with jaundice will appear yellowish in color. Jaundice is caused by build-up in levels of bilirubin. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about why newborn jaundice happens, what it looks like, how to treat it, and much more.
Symptoms of Newborn Jaundice
Learn the symptoms of newborn jaundice from the experts at WebMD.
Understanding Jaundice in Babies and Children
WebMD gives a brief overview of jaundice, a condition that is common in infants but also can affect children and adults.
Newborn Rashes and Skin Conditions-Topic Overview
This topic has general information about common skin problems of newborns. See the topics Cradle Cap,Heat Rash,Diaper Rash,Birthmarks,or Jaundice in Newborns for more information about those specific problems. What are the most common skin conditions in newborns? It’s very common for newborns to have rashes or other skin problems. Some of them have long names that are hard to say and ...
The Basics of Newborn Jaundice
Newborn jaundice is very common -- but do you know what it is? Learn more.
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