Umbilical hernias occur while a baby is in the womb. Although they may look scary, most cases of the condition are painless and harmless. Learn what causes an umbilical hernia, what to do about it, and how to tell if you baby has one.
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Newborns don't come with instruction manuals, and it may seem overwhelming to suddenly have to take care of their precious "parts." Here's everything you need to know to confidently take care of your baby "down there."
It's miserable to watch your child suffer through the six to 10 colds she's likely to catch this year. And to make matters worse, experts now say that kids under 6 shouldn't use over-the-counter cold and cough medicine because of potentially dangerous side effects. So what's a concerned parent to do? We asked experts to tell us how to help fend off germs in the first place and how to help her feel better fast if she does get sick.