Feeding Baby: 8 Eating Milestones
Eating milestones in a baby's development: When they eat solid foods, sit up in a high chair, feed themselves, and more.
Is Your Baby a Picky Eater?
Is your baby fussy and difficult at feeding time? Here's how to recognize -- and help -- the picky eater in your family.
Baby Nutrition in the First Year: What to Feed Your Baby Now
This chart shows what solid foods your baby should be eating at each stage of the first year and how to prepare them.
MRSA and Staph Infections in Children
WebMD discusses how children catch MRSA and staph infections, how to prevent them, and what to do if you suspect your child has a staph infection.
Physical Exams and Teen Sports
To avoid getting hurt or sick during school sports, teens must be prepared. Preparation starts with having a physical exam before participating in any sport. Find out why a sports physical is important to your teen’s good health.
How to Handle a Temper Tantrum
WebMD provides tips and strategies to help prevent temper tantrums in children.
What Baby Skin Care Products Does Your Newborn Need?
Newborn baby skin is delicate. Find out from WebMD what skin care products you need for your infant and what to avoid.
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.
Breast vs. Formula for Feeding Your Baby
Deciding whether to breastfeed or use formula for your newborn? WebMD explains the benefits of both.
Your Newborn Girl's Genitals and Bleeding
It's normal for newborn girls to bleed from their vagina during the first few days of life. WebMD tells you more, including when to call the pediatrician.