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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How to Prevent Flat Head
Follow these tips to prevent plagiocephaly, a skull deformity caused by head molding in babies.
Is Your Baby A Late Bloomer?
The range of when children take their first steps and utter their first words is huge -- and the number of late bloomers is greater than you might think.
Everything You Need to Know About Language Development and Speech Delays in Children
While it's true that every child develops on their own timeline, delays in specific milestones such as talking leave many parents wondering, "Is my child on schedule?" Here are some answers to your developmental questions.
Walk This Way: Understanding Baby's Walking Style
Your baby is ready to walk, but don't be surprised if she takes a while to hit her stride. Toddlers -- and even bigger kids -- often have issues like bowlegs, pigeon toes, or tiptoe walking. Here's what to look out for as your baby learns to walk, and when to worry.
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.
Baby Physical Growth: Delayed Crawling
If your baby is not crawling, cruising, or walking yet, don't panic. Here's why.
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More Development Problems

"My Baby Isn't Rolling Over Yet"
One mom asks for expert advice on why her baby is not yet rolling over.
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.