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After the excitement — and the hard work! — of giving birth to your baby, it's time for your body to heal. How long this will take may depend on a number of factors, including whether you had a vaginal birth or a c-section. Learn more.
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Our children are likely to have some kind of accident or injury at some point. So it's a great idea to learn how to help prevent accidents and how to respond in an emergency. Find out what to do when your child has a serious injury or accident.
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Caring for your baby is much easier when you have appropriate supplies gathered in one place. Here are some guidelines to help you stock your medicine cabinet with just the right items.
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As parents, we're lucky to have doctors and nurses working alongside us to help keep our kids healthy and safe. Fostering a partnership with our children's health care provider takes time and effort, but it's worth it. Learn more.
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My 3-month-old son's toenails are ingrown. They are very red and very swollen. His doctor says they will grow out, but now they are growing crooked and have pus under the skin. When I touch his toes he cries in pain. How can I treat his toes and reduce the pain?
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Staph is short for "staphylococcus," a group of bacteria that are commonly found on the skin of healthy people.
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How can I cope with postpartum depression?
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I have a 3-month-old daughter who was admitted to the hospital because she favors her head to the right and she can't hold her head up at all. The doctors said she has torticollis. What is that? Does it have something to do with why she can't hold her head up? They're going to give her an injection in her neck to temporarily weaken the muscles on one side of her neck.
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Sometimes, when our kids aren't feeling well (or even when they're fine), they don't want to take their medicine. It helps to have a few tricks up your sleeve to get the job done. Get some practical tips for giving medicine.
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It's time for your baby's 1-month checkup. At this appointment, your provider will check your baby's growth and ask about how your baby is eating and sleeping. Find out more about the 1-month visit.
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This visit is a great time to show off your baby to the nurses and doctors. Your 4-month-old may be curious about the event and probably won't protest too much at the exam. Learn more about the 4-month checkup.
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Our children's coughs can sound pretty awful, and make us worry. Most of the time, though, those coughs are not a sign of a serious condition but are just a healthy reflex. Find out more about coughs and coughing.
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With babies in the house, we want to have the right stuff at the ready, so we can help them when they're sick. A few standard items we like to have on hand: saline nose drops, a nasal bulb, and a digital thermometer. Get more tips.
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What are those red patches on our baby's skin? Hemangiomas, sometimes called strawberry marks, are the most common skin growths for babies. About half of the time these spots disappear before age 5. Get more information.
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Our babies' hands are so tiny — not to mention those itty-bitty fingernails, which grow surprisingly fast. Keeping those nails trimmed is a challenge. One secret? Clipping at night, when babies are asleep and not squirming. Learn more.
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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) can be scary to all parents of babies under 1 year. Thankfully, there are steps we can take to reduce the risk of SIDS — the most important being putting babies on their back when they sleep. Learn more.
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Ouchy ouch! Our little one got a knock on the noggin. And that large goose egg that sometimes follows is quite a sight. While most head bumps aren't serious, it's a good idea to know which ones need medical attention. Learn more.
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Your 2-month-old may be eating and sleeping on a more predictable schedule these days (whew!). At this visit, your baby's size and weight will be the focus, and you may need some tips on coping with crying. Learn more about this checkup.
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Health care providers recommend bringing your baby in for regular checkups. These visits are great opportunities to check on your baby's health and development and to ask lots of questions. Learn all about your child's well-baby visits.
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If you're a new mom, you've probably felt exhausted (giving birth and caring for a newborn is pretty draining!) and maybe even a little low. While some sadness is natural, feeling depressed is something different. Learn more.
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We all want to keep our children as healthy and safe as possible. Did you know that immunizations are among the best and easiest ways to do this? Learn more about your baby's immunizations and the diseases they protect against.
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Mommy's little helper is a quicker picker-upper

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A must-have for new moms!

Charmin Sensitive is the only toilet paper with a moisturizing touch of Aloe and vitamin E. It’s dermatologist-tested to be gentle on skin—perfect for a new mom’s healing body.
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Ultra-strong and ultra-handy

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Dental Care for New Moms: It's a Must!

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Every time you use Dawn, you help save wildlife

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Why do pediatricians recommend Dreft?

Dreft’s hypoallergenic formula is perfect for keeping baby clothes soft and clean. It’s gentle on your baby’s skin, but tough on stains, making it a mom must-have for over 75 years and the detergent most recommended by pediatricians.
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Wrap your little one in comfort and protection

With its quilted, blanket-like comfort, Pampers Swaddlers is our softest diaper. Plus, its color-changing wetness indicator helps you know when baby needs a change.
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A gentle clean for sensitive skin

Pampers Sensitive Wipes are dermatologist tested and clinically proven mild. Our hypoallergenic and perfume free formula won’t irritate baby’s soft skin.