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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.
Failure to thrive refers to a child's inability to gain weight and grow as expected for kids of the same age and gender. Most diagnoses are made in the first few years of life.
Baths do more than keep your baby clean. They also give you a chance to bond. With a little planning and practice, both you and your baby will look forward to bath time.
Most kids grow well but some have ”failure to thrive.” This means they don't gain weight as expected and may not grow as tall as they should.
When you first meet your newborn, you may be surprised by what you see. Here's what to expect.
You're in for a year of changes! Midway through this year, most babies are walking and starting to lose that "baby" look.
During the third year of life, toddlers are extremely active and mobile, and are learning in very physical ways.
Doctors use growth charts to figure out whether kids' height and weight measurements are "normal" and whether they're developing on track. Here are some facts about growth charts.
Find out what the experts have to say.
During the first 3 months of life, babies cry more than at any other time. Here's how to soothe them.