Caring for Your Sick Baby

It's not uncommon for newborn babies to get sick a lot - especially ones in day care. Learn what you can do (and what you can't do) to keep your baby as comfortable as possible when that first cold or virus hits.

8 Must-Have Cold Products for Babies

On average, you can expect your child to have eight to ten colds in her first two years. She’s going to need all this stuff.
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Mom Shares What RSV in Babies Really Looks Like

Just before Christmas, a mom from Illinois had a terrifying experience with her 5-month-old son who was diagnosed with Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV). She took to social media to share her emotional journey, as well as warning signs of the infection. 
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10 Tips to Survive Your Child's Hospital Stay

This essential guide (that we hope you’ll never need) to getting through your kid's stay in the hospital comes straight from a mom whose daughter lived in the hospital for 123 days.
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7 Kids' Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

Parents, here's your guide for which symptoms require immediate medical attention—and what the symptoms might mean.
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Vomiting: A Symptom Guide

Vomiting can signal anything from a 24-hour bug to a food allergy to appendicitis. Here's how to figure out what's making your child's stomach ache -- and how to treat it.
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More Caring for Your Sick Baby

Dehydration Symptoms and Treatment

If your child shows signs of dehydration, make sure to give small amounts of water.
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Is Your Baby Dehydrated?

If your baby has diarrhea, it's very important that you keep him well hydrated, or you may end up having to go to the emergency room.
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Must-Know Germ Fighters

Our experts share their top tips for protecting your little one from bad bugs.