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Why Is Your Baby Crying? by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Jul 2010 3:05pm As crying is the merely way for a new little one to communicate, infant crying can indicate any number of issues.  From hunger to exhaustion, your new child might be trying to tell you something by crying.  It is not unusual for newborn babies to cry between one and three hours per day.  For the most part, crying is nothing to be alarmed ... Read on »
Baby's First Bath by NicoleD Posted Tue 08 May 2012 9:00am There are so very many options after baby is born. One of the seemingly less considerable options is to bathe or not to bathe baby in the moments following birth. Routinely, hospitals encourage families to have the hospital nursery staff bathe their baby within 2-4 hours after birth to 'decontaminate baby' from the messiness of birth. ... Read on »
Why is My Baby Crying? by Debby H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Oct 2009 11:00pm Crying Due to Gas The Joys of being a new mom are endless; as are the stresses.  Some new mom’s expect a hard baby!  I know I did.  I was sure that my first baby would cry and fuss all the time.  Boy was I wrong.  The most mayhem he causes is the funny noises he makes and all the rolling and getting into things.  But some moms aren’t as luc ... Read on »
Baby Essentials That Aren’t, Part 3: Strollers by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Sep 2009 11:07pm Open any pregnancy or baby book, and you’ll find that list: the baby essentials, the things you absolutely cannot live without.  While many accessories are easily recognized as frivolous, certain items are truly indispensable: the basic necessities for life with a baby. Or are they? In this weekly series, we’ll be looking at several b ... Read on »
Knitted Noggins, aka the Newborn Cap by NicoleD Posted Sat 12 Feb 2011 11:08am That first moment that a baby is brought to the mother's chest - blissful, slippery, wet, gooey, smelling of amniotic fluid, vernix, and mama's womb; the mama tips her head down to her fresh new babe and nuzzles, cuddles, sniffs, cooes, rubs, and kisses babe all over the top of their head and face. Babe blinks wide, bright eyes, focusing on their ... Read on »
Why Is My Baby Crying? by Becka S Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 5:09pm So you’ve made it through nine months, giving birth and now you have a newborn at home. Newborns cry when they are hungry, have to burp, when they’re cold, and sometimes for no good reason. Most of the time, babies will tell you why they are crying by their body language. Learning to read your baby’s cues will save you a lot of aggravation. T ... Read on »
FIRST Certified HUG Teacher in Tasmania, Australia! by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Jul 2013 12:00am Georgia Hodges is a Registered Midwife based in Hobart, Tasmania. She works with women in labour, during the delivery, and in the immediate postpartum period. She has become a Certified HUG Teacher and shares her experiences with us today. I work mostly nights with new mums and their babies in the immediate postpartum period fr ... Read on »
Two Hours by InsomniacMedic Posted Fri 23 Apr 2010 9:05am Jen's been a little overweight almost all of her life, enough to give the kids at junior school the excuse to tease and bully her, but never really badly enough for her to want to do something drastic about it. Sure, she'd tried diets, fads, exercise, everything, but always ended up back where she'd started. Her parents had, maybe a little tact ... Read on »
Health Headlines - September 24 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:24pm Thalassemias Thalassemias is the name for the group of genetic blood diseases which vary widely in severity. As frightening as thalassemias can be, the outlook is encouraging. In the past 20 years, new therapies have greatly improved the quality of life and life expectancy in kids who are diagnosed with this disease. What Is Thalass ... Read on »
Throughout Time - Throughout the World: Baby Wearing by NicoleD Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 1:13pm "It is especially necessary for the parental generation of the human species to fully understand what the immaturity of its infants really signifies: that the infant is still continuing its gestation period, passing from uterogestation to exterogestation. Among the most important of the newborn infant's needs are the signals it receive ... Read on »