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Newborn Baby Skin Care Do’s and Don’ts

2019-08-06T23:30:11+00:00 August 11th, 2019|Baby Care|

Your baby’s skin is very sensitive and prone to minor trauma, infection, and friction. Special care is a must as the skin has yet to fully mature. Take a look at some of these do’s and don’ts to help you protect your baby’s skin. Do: Use Warm Water Give your baby a bath with lukewarm water. Test the water to make sure the temperature is [...]

Constipation in Toddlers – Learn How to Help Your Little Baby

2019-08-06T23:08:00+00:00 August 2nd, 2019|Baby Care|

If your baby goes days or even a week without a bowel movement, that’s not a cause for alarm. However, if you think your baby is constipated, you’ll need a bit of help in dealing with the situation. Know the Signs Familiarize yourself with the signs. If your child shows the following symptoms, then your toddler may be constipated. Make sure to consult with a [...]

Protect Your Baby from Chemicals

2019-06-28T12:08:57+00:00 July 14th, 2019|Baby Care|

A lot of consumer baby products in the market contain harmful chemicals. While the chemical content present in the items isn’t substantial enough to harm adults, it’s different story for kids and babies. Their immune systems are not strong enough yet to withstand the exposure. Prevent them from getting exposed to these chemicals by following these pointers. Educate Yourself As a new parent, getting ready [...]

Prevent Allergies in Your Baby

2019-06-28T12:09:05+00:00 July 9th, 2019|Baby Care|

Your baby’s skin is sensitive. Learn how to prevent allergies and rashes with the following tips. Read Up on Common Allergens Pollen, molds, dust mites, animal dander, and venom from insect stings are just some of the more common types of allergens that babies come in contact with. Knowing about them can help you avoid situations that will expose your child to any of these [...]

Does Your Baby Have Jaundice?

2019-06-28T12:09:11+00:00 July 3rd, 2019|Baby Care|

Jaundice is a yellow cast to your baby’s skin and the white part of eyes. The yellow tint is an indication that there are high levels of bilirubin in your child’s blood. The condition usually happens during the first five days of the baby’s birth. If you think your baby is at risk of developing the condition, then make sure the doctor routinely checks your [...]

Nutritional Value of Vitamins in Premature Infants

2019-06-28T12:09:18+00:00 June 12th, 2019|Baby Care|

Pre-mature babies need all the help they can get. To ensure a premature baby’s development, an experienced children’s doctor in Phoenix may advise you to give your baby vitamins. How it Helps Your Baby Studies show that several vitamins can aid in the full-term development of pre-term infants. When vitamins like vitamin D and calcium are added to the baby’s diet, it can provide for [...]

What You Should Do If Your Infant Has a Seizure

2019-06-21T02:39:17+00:00 June 6th, 2019|Blog|

Seizures are scary enough. But when they happen to your child, like most parents, you may not be equipped to respond. Here’s what you need to remember in case your child goes into a seizure. Stay calm It’s difficult to stay calm when your child is having a seizure. But it’s important to maintain your composure. If you give in to the panic, then you [...]

Choosing the Right Infant Shoes for Your Baby

2019-06-28T12:09:25+00:00 June 2nd, 2019|Baby Care|

Baby shoes don’t really see much use. However, shopping for the right kicks for your baby will ensure that your child is comfortable and protected from harm. These considerations are sure to help you. Lightweight When you look for shoes, make sure you check out lightweight options. Clunky shoes aren’t just heavy and uncomfortable, they could hurt your child or affect the development of his [...]

Things to Remember Before Using Infant Heel Warmers

2019-05-16T14:30:20+00:00 May 10th, 2019|Infant Heel Warmer|

An infant heel warmer is a type of disposable device made up of a non-toxic substance. When placed in the sole and heel area, an exothermic reaction occurs which immediately raises the body temperature to around 104°F (40°C). The rise in temperature only lasts for a few minutes but is enough to boost the infant's blood circulation, which helps caregivers to collect a blood sample [...]