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Research Says; Letting Babies Cry a Bit is Ok by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Sep 2012 3:59pm Mum Mum’s recently discussed ways to bond with your baby, from singing to eye contact.   Although you may sing a lullaby to your baby night, do you wait until she is asleep before putting her to bed? Bedtime rituals are one hotly debated topic in child care.  While some experts argue babies should get used [...] Read on »
Colic A Reason For Baby To Cry by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Aug 2010 11:04pm All babies cry, but the tears can take a devastating toll. When nothing you do soothes your crying baby , you may feel anxious . What if there's something wrong and you miss it completely? What if you lose control? Take heart in your ability to care for your baby — and to recognize when you're reaching the end of your rope. When the tears w ... Read on »
Cry-It-Out: “Toxic” For Babies’ Brains by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Apr 2010 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. A new book puts more pressure on parents to pick up that crying baby, calling the cry-it-out method (CIO) “toxic” and “very bad for brain development,” the BBC reports . Many of you consider yourself ... Read on »
The Crying Down Method For Baby Sleep Training by Liz B. Registered Nurse Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 10:47pm Should you use the ‘crying down’ /’crying it out’ method to help baby sleep through the night? Several studies have shown that the crying down method of training a baby to sleep through the night  (see Helping Baby Sleep ) is effective at reducing sleep problems and producing less stress in parents. Some studies also show that a baby sl ... Read on »
Baby monitor iPhone software calls you when baby cries – Cell phone users are getting started much earlier by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 14 Nov 2008 2:59pm One more use for the iPhone, put it in the crib and the phone will dial you up at the phone number you designate, so as soon as any noise is detected, you get a call.  Users of cell  phones are getting younger every day and now you can even start out at the infancy stage (grin).  What next? If the baby picks up the phone, you are notified.  I ... Read on »
Phantom Baby Cry by Libby .. Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 12:00am Have you ever swore that you heard the phone ringing? How about reaching into your pocket because you thought your cell phone was vibrating? My favorite is the phantom baby cry. Right now, I'm up in the 3rd floor music room while the kids are napping. The AC is running and I'm doing some audio editing for work, so there's no shortage of ba ... Read on »
Vitamin B12 Crying Babies & Pregnancy by Plantarian Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 21 Mar 2011 8:49am Crybabies may lack vitamin B12 mothers advised The meat manufacturing, production, processing and industry is now clutching at straws following the UK Government's announcement that we should eat no more than the equivalent of a small lamb chop and restrict our meat consumption to the bare minimum to avoid increased risks of ca ... Read on »
I hate to see my baby cry! by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 9:11pm I hate to see my baby cry! Child, Parenting Tonight, I need to setup my stall at the bazaar. So I had to beg ask my mother-in-law to take care of them for a few hours while I do my setup in peace. In the past, I sell my handmade accessories as a job. Now I am selling them as a duty. I need to clear them fast because I do not like to go t ... 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 »
Why Pick Up A Crying Baby? by Dr. Mike Magee Medical Doctor Posted Thu 25 Apr 2013 10:01pm Posted on | April 23, 2013 | Rocking Chair Project doctor during home visit. For the past decade, we’ve supported a 501C3 non-profit called the Rocking Chair Project . The effort has partnered with Family Medicine residents around the country who were able to identify economically disadvantaged moms about to give bi ... Read on »