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As a new parent, you make it a point to do everything you can to research the type of formula you give your baby.

And since about 80% of baby formulas on the market today have been found to contain traces of arsenic, making the switch to organic and European formulas is always

Looking for natural remedies to cure baby constipation? You have come to the right place.

Constipation in children is a common problem and is most frequently the result of dietary changes as your child grows. In fact, it accounts for 3-5% of all visits to pediatric outpatient clinics and over 30% of all

Is your baby crying uncontrollably because of gassy pain? Are you worried if your baby has colic?

You are not alone. In fact, experts say that colic happens in all babies. But, the only difference is that some babies are diagnosed with "colic" based on to which degree they cry.

About 20% to

Is it time to move your baby to solid food?

Scientists recommend shifting your baby over to solid food around 6 months. But as with most things baby, there's nothing exact about it. Parents often make simple mistakes when they overthink it.

That's why we've put together these 7 common mistakes parents make

Soon-to-be parents worry once their new baby arrives they will never sleep again. There are different recommendations on how to help your newborn sleep, leaving you with too many options.

Luckily for you, things don't have to be so complicated, and you can help your baby sleep more soundly by following

Babies double their birth weight by six months and nearly triple their birth weight by twelve months. This exponential growth does not occur at any other time in their lives.

Because of this, not only does your baby need more nutrients, he or she needs higher doses of these nutrients.

However, unless

Your baby is wailing...again. And you don't know why.

You've checked off all the usual suspects.

Hungry? Wet diaper? A long hair twisted around a finger?

Nope. Nope. And nope.

It's possible that your precious baby is experiencing teething pain. Most babies begin teething around four to six months, but it can vary widely depending

Caring for an infant is one of the most nerve-wracking circumstances you could be in.

On a worldwide setting, 8.2 million children below the age of five pass away because of various reasons. The risk of death for infants is 15 times greater during the first four weeks of their life, as compared



Does your baby throw up all the time? Is he choking or gagging during meals? These problems might be a sign of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

Commonly referred to as acid reflux, this condition affects children and grownups alike. More than 20 percent of Americans are struggling with it.

The primary symptom of acid

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