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congenital heart defects

How Early Detection of Congenital Heart Defects Keeps Your Baby Safe

You have already counted each tiny finger and toe. A simple, painless test can make sure your baby’s heart is healthy, too.

acetaminophen

Are You Giving Your Child the Right Dose of Acetaminophen?

In this Q and A, UH pediatrician Douglas Hackenberg, MD, answers three often-asked questions about how much of this common over-the-counter medicine is appropriate for which ages.

baby sleeping

Best Sleep Tips for Babies -- And For New Parents

Whoever coined the phrase “sleep like a baby” probably wasn’t a new parent. But you don’t have to feel like your child is running the show. In fact, there’s a lot you can do to set a foundation for healthy sleep habits.

car seat

The Safest Way For Your Kids To Ride

Despite your squirmy toddler’s protests, every time you click your child into their car seat, you’re showing just how much you care.

cloth vs disposable diapers

Cloth Diapers vs. Disposable Diapers: What's Best?

Disposable diapers make up more than 1.5 percent of all the trash in this country. About 3.4 million tons of them end up in our landfills each year. So are cloth diapers a better choice?

childproof house

Your Room-By-Room Guide to Childproofing Your Home

With potential dangers lurking around every corner, childproofing your home can be a challenge. This guide is a good start to keep your little ones safe.

well-child visits

Top Reasons to Make Time for Well-Child Visits

You know it's important to take your kids to well-child visits to keep them updated on immunizations, but those are far from the only benefits. There's plenty more to learn -- plus a chance to ask about what's on your mind.

baby eating

How to Know When Your Baby Is Ready For Solid Food

Guidelines for introducing your baby to solid foods have varied over the years and can be confusing. You can know the time is right by watching for these signs from your child.

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