Babies can't tell you why they're crying. But you can learn to pick up on signals that help you pinpoint the reason and soothe your baby.
When your child is home sick, you want them to feel better soon. Learn some ways to help, whether they have a cold, the flu, or a stomach ailment.
Parents worry when their baby runs a fever. Find out what can cause a fever in an infant, how to take an accurate temperature, and when to call the doctor.
Your baby is crying, has a little fever, and isn't eating a lot. Are they sick, or is teething the issue? Learn how to tell the difference.
All young kids have stomachaches, and they're usually not cause for alarm. Find out what may be causing it, what you can do. and when to call the doctor.
When is spitting up normal, and when is it a problem? A pediatrician and parent who’s been there share their wisdom.
It's common for babies to get ear infections before age 1. Find out the signs of ear pain, what can trigger it, and when it’s time to call the doctor.
Diaper rash is almost unavoidable. Usually, it'll clear up fast. Learn what can cause more serious cases, what you should do, and when to call the doctor.
Your baby may seem to be constipated, when actually, their pooping is normal. Find out constipation symptoms, what you can do, and when to call the doctor.
When you're the parent of a baby, it's sometimes hard to know whether to call the doctor if your baby gets sick. Get tips and learn signs to watch for.