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Topical creams may be used to treat these itchy insect bites if not severe.
Right amounts of peppermint water may be the solution to many of your baby's health problems.
Because sometimes, you can go from sniffing to scrunching your nose from your baby’s odor.
Persistent and gradually rising fever with tiredness is seen, and treatment is through antibiotics.
Early identification of its signs can help treat and manage the condition effectively.
Petechiae may be a symptom of something serious whose treatments vary based on the cause.
It can help your babies get relief from warts and other infections.
Baby eye rubbing signs a concern or feeling and may need to be stopped to prevent injury.
Knowing them will positively affect your feeding experience and help your little one trust you.
Knowing the possible causes and treatment can help prevent visual impairment.
Spitting blood is not normal, and the seriousness depends on its causes.
Babies may experience belly aches due to infection, colic, or food intolerance.
Low birth weight or premature birth might be contributing factors to iron deficiency.
Fever in infants is not uncommon; keeping it in check can help decide their medicine dosage.
The causes range from congenital anomalies to infections that require timely treatment.
Babies are sensitive; hence, the otherwise beneficial oils may have a different guideline.
Choosing the right detergent and soaking can help safely clean your little one’s outfits.
Although uncommon, babies with carrot allergies may develop digestive and skin issues.
Skin rashes and stomach upset after consuming peas may hint at pea allergies in babies.
Babies have a developing digestive system, and spitting up is common.
Knowing the basics and facts about bathing a newborn could clear your concerns.
A castor oil massage may benefit your baby, but it is not devoid of certain risks.
This rare condition results in exacerbated symptoms after the infant is fed.
Dandruff, cradle cap, eczema, or psoriasis? Maintaining and treating hair and scalp health in babies.
An allergic reaction can manifest through potentially severe symptoms involving different body areas.
Prevention is better than cure — precautionary measures to avoid dengue in newborns.
A common causative factor for this condition is direct contact with an infected person.
Giving your baby enough fluids and using a humidifier might help with the symptoms.
Differentiate the symptoms of HFMD in babies from other diseases and rashes.