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If you're a new parent, get the basics in this guide about burping, bathing, bonding, and other baby-care concerns.
Babies born with a cleft may need some feeding help from special bottle systems. Find out what's available and how they work.
Is your baby is ready for solid foods? Learn how and when to get started.
At this age, babies start to explore table foods.
When they're around 9 months old, babies can begin feeding themselves. Find out which foods are safe, healthy options and which should not be served to little ones.
Parents might want to make their own infant formula for many reasons. But commercially prepared formula is the best and safest choice. Here's why.
Almost all infants are fussy at times. But some are very fussy because they have an allergy to the protein in cow's milk, which is the basis for most commercial baby formulas.
Find out if your baby is ready for solid foods, and if so, what to give, how to give it, and which foods to avoid.
Transitioning a baby from a bottle to a cup isn't always easy, as babies can become attached to their bottles. These tips can help parents make the switch.
Weaning is when children make the transition from breast milk to other sources of nourishment. Here's how to make this change easier on you and your child.