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Babies begin learning right from the moment of birth. Spend as much time as you can talking, reading, singing, and playing with your baby with these tips from UH Rainbow Babies and Children's.
If you’re like most parents, your anxiety level rises along with your child’s temperature. Fever is a warning sign that your child may have an illness that needs attention. But fever can be beneficial.
A newborn’s skin is soft and delicate. Proper skin care and bathing can help maintain the health and texture of your baby’s skin while providing a pleasant experience for both of you.
Although RSV is typically more common in winter and early spring months, this year Northeast Ohio and many other areas have been seeing an uncharacteristic summer and fall spike in infections.
Some parents bond with their newborn the minute they first see them, but that isn’t always the case. Sometimes it may take a little time to form that deep connection with your newborn.
A young child having a seizure is enough to panic any parent. There are many types of seizures, with varying causes and symptoms. However, one common type of seizure seen in young children is usually harmless.
It’s important for your child’s dental care to start right from birth. Follow this dental checklist for infants and toddlers from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry to get your little one’s smile off to a good start.
When the time comes for your child to get vaccinated, you can take steps to make the experience less stressful for your child. Here are some simple ways that you can support your child before, during and after shots at the pediatrician’s office.