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Check for Breathing:
Lay the baby on her back (if... rise). Keep in mind that your baby doesn't need a lot of air -- just a mouthful. Perfom CPR:
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Continue with CPR: 30 chest compressions followed by two...
Moms-to-be are busier than ever and devoting time to a pregnancy class can be impossible. However, no matter how prepared you think you are from a quick Internet search, a class provides one-on-one information that can't compare.
He can't even crawl yet -- what are the chances your baby will have a serious accident? Unfortunately, they're higher than you'd think. Accidental death rates for babies under age 1 are twice as high as those for kids between 1 and 5. The good news is that with a little care and forethought, you can easily avoid most hazards. Try these tips to protect your child.
Infants and young children have trouble chewing completely, so certain foods pose a choking hazard until they reach age 4. Check out our list of foods to avoid giving babies and toddlers -- plus tips for worry-free, healthy eating.
... certified in infant and child CPR. You'll get to see these techniques performed in person and ask... choking baby. Shout and tap. Decide whether CPR is necessary. Call out your child's name and gently tap...), position the infant on his back to begin CPR. Remember CAB. According to the American Heart Association...
No one wants to arrive at the hospital too early -- or risk giving birth in the car. So how can you tell the difference between real and false labor? Pay attention to the following classic labor-day signs.
Over the next nine months you can expect a lot of changes in your body and your life. Here, we help you to navigate those new feelings and to ensure you don't miss any important pregnancy tips along the way from week one to delivery.