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Wheezing sound in babies is not always a serious concern.
Accurate diagnosis and seizure management are crucial to mitigate adverse consequences.
Single-dose preventive measure to protect your newborn from a rare bleeding disorder.
A rare food allergy that is hard to spot but resolves as they grow.
It requires timely management to prevent brain damage from bilirubin.
Figuring out the reasons for baby's crying by observing the accompanying symptoms could be helpful.
Talking, laughing, playing, and other activities keep your little one smiling.
Burping an infant could help relieve their irritability and discomfort after a feed.
Colic can be a common reason for frequent crying; it usually resolves with dietary changes.
It can affect their feeding and hearing if left unmanaged.
The appearance of red bumps and the occurrence of blisters around them indicate heat rashes.
Try massages and adequate feeding in weaning babies.
It is safe only when they can control their heads, but consult a doctor if in doubt.
Burping your baby after every feed and slow-paced feeding might help with the hiccups.
Infants can safely sit on a baby seat placed on the floor under parental supervision.
Large soft spots, yellowing of the skin, and feeding issues are seen in low thyroid hormone levels.
Monitor fluid intake and avoid feeding highly diluted formula to prevent this condition.
White chunks in poop may worry new parents, but most causes aren’t a not threatening.
Cold milk is considered safe unless your baby is premature but talk to your doctor about it.
Following the right measures while choosing and applying baby lotion can ensure their safety.
Infection to constant rubbing-redness around babies’ eyes could occur for several reasons.
It is normal in most cases and can be managed with baby-safe moisturizers.
Administering Tylenol to your baby is only recommended after consulting the doctor.
If their digestive system has matured, babies may not need to be burped by six months.
This painless skin discoloration may appear even in healthy infants.
Jerky and rapid eye movements can be inherited or acquired after birth due to brain or eye issues.
Reddish urate crystals may indicate excess blood uric acid; may appear for a week in newborns.
Improve gut health of the little tummies by introducing dietary probiotics.
Babies may have mild pain and fever, but calm them with adequate rest and pain relievers.
Respiratory infections to reflux - a baby may gasp for air for several reasons.