Performed one to five minutes after birth, the APGAR score is an assessment to determine how well your baby is adjusting to life outside the womb.Topics and Subtopics: Infant Care & Pregnancy
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Infant development can happen so quickly that it may seem overwhelming. Each and every baby is vastly unique, and there are many different “correct” ways to care for your infant.
With the approaching arrival of your new bundle of joy, learn about the essential items you’ll need in the hospital for both you and your baby.Topics and Subtopics: Infant Care & Pregnancy
Read on for important information to review and share with anyone who may help care for your infant. Education is key for reducing the risk of sleep-related causes of death in babies aged 0-12 months.Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health , Infant Care & Pregnancy
When you become a parent, nobody tells you how hard it is on your body, especially your wrists, elbows, back and neck. Practice these safe lifting techniques to avoid injury.Topics and Subtopics: Infant Care , Physical & Occupational Therapy & Women's Health
Breast feeding is very good for you, as well as your baby. To help you get off to a good start and make sure that your baby is getting enough breast milk, it’s important to nurse every one and a half to three hours – or at least eight to 12 feedings in a 24-hour period.Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Infant Care