Infant Care

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.

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Torticollis means "twisted neck," and if a child has this condition, their head will be tilted to one side while the chin is turned to the other side. It's also sometimes called wryneck. While it may look painful, it usually isn't.
Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Infant Care

By Dr. Cynthia Urbanowicz
Breastfeeding moms who need to be away from their baby for more than four hours can pump to provide milk for their baby, which will keep their milk supply from decreasing. For those who pump more frequently there are many different types of electric pumps. Whereas those who only need to pump a few times may find a hand pump useful for expressing milk.
Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Infant Care

By Dr. Erica Attanasio
The decision of whether to breast or bottle feed your newborn is an important one.
Topics and Subtopics: Infant Care, Pregnancy & Women's Health

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