Development Problems

Do you suspect your baby might have some developmental delays?Here you'll learn what to watch for, when to bring your pediatrician into the conversation, and more.

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Caring for Your Baby's Feet

A complete guide to taking care of baby's growing feet.

Tongue Tie and Lip Tie: Does Your Baby Need Treatment?

Does your baby have trouble nursing? She may have tongue tie or lip tie. Here's what to expect from the two separate conditions.

Understanding Your Baby’s Height and Weight Percentile

Pounds and inches obsess parents of babies. Here, pediatricians give the facts on growth during the first year and answer the most common questions parents have about baby growth percentages.

Is It Autism? First Signs and Important Treatments

Learn more about the very first signs of autism, how it's being treated, and why early intervention is crucial to helping the development of your little one. 

Flat-Head Syndrome: What is Plagiocephaly?

Could your baby develop plagiocephaly? One expert discusses this common skull deformity.

How to Prevent Flat Head

Follow these tips to prevent plagiocephaly, a skull deformity caused by head molding in babies.

More Development Problems

Milestones: Red Flags to Watch at 5 to 7 Months

Each baby grows at a different speed but generally at 5 to 7 months, you can expect to see your baby rolling over and sitting. Consult a doctor if you are concerned or notice any loss of skills.

Milestones: Red Flags to Watch For From Birth to 4 Months

New babies are constantly learning and growing—but each newborn will progress at a different speed. Talk to your doctor if you notice any of these developmental red flags.