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  1. Comfort for a Crying Baby

    From age-old home remedies to the 5 S's, here's advice on how to soothe your crying baby.

  2. How to Set Good Sleep Patterns for Your Baby

    WebMD's guide to your baby's sleep habits.

  3. 10 Steps to Help Prevent SIDS

    WebMD explains how to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS.

  4. Help Your Baby Sleep Through the Night

    WebMD offers tips for getting your baby to sleep - and helping him develop good sleep habits.

  5. Can't Concentrate? It Could Be Allergies

    Do your allergy symptoms keep you distracted and unfocused? WebMD offers tips for minimizing the fogginess through medication and lifestyle changes.

  6. Intellectual Disability

    Intellectual disability (now the preferred term for mental retardation) is a disorder characterized by cognitive delays. Get the facts from WebMD about its symptoms, causes, and treatments.

  7. Spotting Developmental Delays in Your Child: Ages 3-5

    WebMD shows you how to spot developmental delays in children by age.

  8. Understanding Newborn Jaundice -- the Basics

    Newborn jaundice is very common -- but do you know what it is? Learn more.

  9. Understanding Newborn Jaundice -- Symptoms

    Learn the symptoms of newborn jaundice from the experts at WebMD.

  10. Understanding Newborn Jaundice -- Treatment

    Learn about the treatment of newborn jaundice from the experts at WebMD.

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