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Baby Won’t Sleep in Crib

We are so dedicated in choosing the right crib for our baby because he/she will sleep and spend most of his/her new born times in it. We have to make sure that the crib is comfortable and baby considers it as the safest place to sleep and revitalize. After getting the …

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Baby Won’t Sleep in Crib

We are so dedicated in choosing the right crib for our baby because he/she will sleep and spend most of his/her new born times in it. We have to make sure that the crib is comfortable and baby considers it as the safest place to sleep and revitalize. After getting the …

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How to Stop Sucking Your Thumb

Babies normally suckle on a bottle or on their mother’s breast. It provides food and comfort for the baby. When babies become toddlers, they usually keep this habit going by sucking their thumb. It soothes the toddler whenever they become too anxious, bored, or tired. The older you get, however, …

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Nose Bleeding in Children

Seeing blood gushing from your child’s nose may seem serious, but in actual fact, in most cases, it is nothing to worry about, and will usually stop on its own without the need to visit the doctor. If the nose bleed does not stop, or is a result of injury …

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Dehydration in Babies: Signs and Remedies

Babies are vulnerable to water loss which may result from excessive sweating, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, heat exposure and low fluid intake. Dehydration in babies can quickly develop into a life-threatening situation not only from loss of body fluids, but also due to an imbalance in their electrolytes. Unlike adults who …

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What to Feed Toddler After Vomiting

Both breastfed and bottle fed toddlers do vomit at some point or another. Vomiting is very unpleasant for kids but it is rarely dangerous. Unwell children vomit more often as any illness slows down the emptying of stomach and the contents retained are regurgitated. It is extremely important to keep …

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Hip Dysplasia in Infants

Hip dysplasia in infants is often discovered when you take newborns to your physician for examinations, but it sometimes develops after this time in many children. So experts consider this condition to be developmental. It doesn’t cause any pain in babies and often goes undetected – it is, therefore, referred to …

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High Blood Pressure in Children

It is a common perception that high blood pressure or hypertension affects older people. The fact is that high blood pressure can affect people of any age group. It is often noted in younger age groups and these days the incidence of high blood pressure in children is on the …

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High Temperature in Babies

Babies are especially prone to elevated temperature in the presence of illnesses, including the cold and flu. A baby can have a high temperature and not be sick if you over-dress them and cause the body temperature to rise. Fever is a completely natural reaction to illness and high temperature …

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