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- How to Swaddle a Baby
Mastering the art of swaddling can help your newborn feel safe and secure. These step-by-step instructions will help you get started.
- If Your Baby Gets a Rash
Baby skin is more likely to get a rash than adult skin. Find out ways to handle the reaction.
- Is DIY Skin Care Safe?
Some people prefer to make their own skin care products, but is doing it yourself good for your baby?
- What to Look For When Shopping
Find out how to make sure your baby gets the best products for their skin.
- Things to Avoid in Your Products
Babies have very sensitive skin, and there are products you should avoid. Find out what to watch for when reading the labels.
- What Does That Mean? Decode Your Labels
Products can sometimes affect your baby's sensitive skin. Find out how to understand the labels for your little one's safety.
- A Liver Transplant Saved This Child’s Life
After a liver disease left baby Meredith fighting for her life only months after she was born, her doctor knew she needed an organ donor. Follow her incredible journey to recovery.
- How to Set Up an Infant’s Car Seat
Make sure your newborn is safely strapped in with these tips.
- Fast Facts About Twins
Can twins have different fathers? Do toddler twins have their own secret language? Double up on your knowledge!
- How to Take Your Baby's Temperature
Which thermometer should you use to take your baby's temperature?
- Is It OK to Use Baby Talk?
Your infant's first word is a huge milestone. But does the way you speak to them help or hinder their speech development?
- What Should I Keep in My Diaper Bag?
You don’t have to haul around the latest hefty diaper bag for your baby. Here’s a list of some essentials.
- WebMD 1:01: Why Do Most Babies Start Out with Blue Eyes?
Brown is the most common eye color in the world. So why are so many babies born with blue eyes?
- What They Don’t Tell You: Having a Newborn at Home
There’s no instruction manual. New moms share stories about their rewarding, but demanding role.
- What Mistakes Do New Parents Make?
Dr. Hansa talks about new parents, and the worry they have over making mistakes with their new baby
- How the Baby App Works
Access hundreds of articles and videos developed and approved by WebMD doctors.
- What is Considered a Fever in Babies?
When should a new mom worry about a baby’s high temperature? Dr. Hansa has the answers
- Keeping Baby Safe At Home
From baby monitors to baby gates, get the tips you need to keep your baby safe, step by step.
- Getting Baby to Sleep Tips
Learn tips on the best ways to teach baby to sleep from pediatric sleep experts.
- Breastfeeding Tips
WebMD provides tips for learning to breastfeed your baby and how to handle difficulties.
- Baby Growth from 8 to 12 Months
As babies approach the one-year mark, there are major milestones in store. We have advice for keeping them happy and safe.
- 4- to 7-Month Growth and Milestones
From 4 to 7 months, babies undergo dramatic development that mommy and daddy can foster with exploration and play.
- Baby Learning, Communication
Even in the early months, babies crave playful interaction. We offer insights on the best ways to communicate with newborns.
- Breastfeeding Pain and Problems
In the beginning, breastfeeding can be frustrating, even painful. We help nursing mothers clear the early hurdles.
- Baby Bottle Basics
Rounding up appropriate supplies before bottle feeding a baby is essential. We help with the selection, care, and cleaning.
- Breastfeeding Supplies
From breast pads to pumps, we outline basic supplies that support the efforts of nursing mothers.
- Choosing an Infant Formula
Finding the right formula for your baby doesn’t have to be complicated. We help sift through the selections step by step.
- Baby Bottle and Formula Problems
How much formula does a baby need? What are some typical bottle frustrations? We offer guidance, step by step.
- Getting Started With Breastfeeding
There are many ways to help new mothers and babies become acclimated to breastfeeding. We look at how to begin the process.
- Baby Walkers, Swings, and More
From jumpers to play yards, we’ll help you keep baby busy and safe, step by step.
- Choosing Baby Clothes
Before you spend all that money on baby’s first-year clothes, get our tips on care, comfort, convenience, and cost.
- Choosing a Rocker or Glider
Explore rocking chairs, gliders, and other baby items that enhance feeding and bedtime routines step by step.
- Choosing Baby Carriers
From slings to wraps to backpacks, there are many great ways to keep baby close to you. Get the pros and cons of each type, step by step.
- Cradles and Co-sleepers
WebMD discusses safety and how to choose the best cribs, bassinets, co-sleepers, and more.
- Baby Furniture
Which furniture is a must for baby’s room? Get the facts you need, step by step.
- Car Seat Safety
A safe car seat is the most important piece of baby gear you’ll buy. Get the facts you need to make this important decision.
- Baby Cribs & Mattresses
Buying a crib is one of the most important purchases you’ll make. Get the facts you need to make the best decision for you and baby, step by step.
- Choosing Baby High Chairs
The move to the high chair means more freedom -- and more responsibility. We outline the safety issues step by step.
- Choosing a Baby Stroller
Bewildered by the variety of stroller choices? Let us help you choose the best style for you, step by step.
- Baby Food Safety
A review of health and safety concerns is crucial for parents as they begin preparing and serving their babies solid foods.
- Baby Food Options
New information changes some old rules about first feedings. More options and healthier choices help babies switch to solids.
- When is Baby Ready for Solid Foods?
Simple solutions help parents learn what to do when it’s time for babies to take those first, small spoonfuls of solid food.
- Household Hazards for Babies
You’ve baby-proofed your home, but there still may be dangers within reach of your child.
- What Is a Neonatal Assessment?
Pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton talks about the way doctors assess a baby's temperament.
- Baby Sleep: Co-sleeping vs. Crib
Should your baby sleep with you or alone? It’s a family decision.
- Dr. Kimberly Manning Bio
Meet mother, teacher, and doctor Kimberly Manning, an MD with a passion for compassion.