Your baby's itchy scalp could be cradle cap, also known as seborrheic dermatitis. Learn some quick and easy ways to treat this condition.
What exactly is a hernia? Learn more about the two types of hernias that are common in babies and what kind of treatment might be needed.
How can you tell if your newborn has jaundice? Find out the symptoms of this common condition and how to make it better.
If your infant is pale and weak, he could have anemia. Find out more about the symptoms of anemia and how to treat it.
Your baby is years away from puberty, but she could still be suffering from acne or milia. Watch this video to find out how to treat her skin and what you should avoid doing.
If your bundle of joy has white patches in his mouth, he could have thrush. Learn more about symptoms and treatment for this condition.
How can you tell if your baby's rash is ringworm? Find out how to spot the fungal rash and what to do if your tot has it.
A heart murmur in your infant could be nothing serious, or it could require a trip to the cardiologist. Learn more about what a heart murmur is and possible treatment for your little one.
Not only can it be tricky for crawling babies and toddlers to get around in a crowded living room, little ones can also be injured by heavy objects falling on them. Follow these child safety tips to baby proof your living room and help keep your child
You probably know to keep knives away from your baby, but did you know that an average of one child every hour has a high chair-related injury? Follow these child safety tips to baby proof your kitchen and help keep your child safe while you prepare