Newborn Care

A newborn baby can feel small and fragile. Learn how to care for your newborn and find out what to do if your baby has colic, jaundice, or an umbilical hernia.

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What's the Correct Benadryl Dosage for Children?

Benadryl can safely relieve allergy symptoms in children of the right age, but it should never be used as a sleep aid. Here are the safety precautions parents need to know.
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How to Parent a Newborn During the COVID-19 Pandemic

New parents are facing additional challenges during the coronavirus pandemic while trying to care for their newborns. Here's the advice experts give to keep your baby safe and healthy.
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5 RSV Symptoms in Newborns Never to Ignore

While there's no specific medication for RSV in newborns, there are some very serious symptoms every parent should be aware of in order to avoid an emergency situation.
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The Facts on Caput Succedaneum, From Causes to Treatment

If your newborn's head appears puffy and swollen after delivery, she may be have entered the world with this common condition. Here's everything you need to know.
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Baby Must-Haves (and Don't-Needs) for Your Registry

Shop smart for your new baby with this checklist of infant necessities, nice-to-haves, and baby items you don't need to spend money on.
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10 Things to Know About Newborns

Here are a few basics you need to know about your new arrival.
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Why Does My Baby Have a Conehead?

Don't worry if your baby's born with a "conehead" shape: This common condition poses no risk to an infant's cognitive development or function.