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The United Nations has officially recognized March 21st as World Down Syndrome Day! For those with Down syndrome and the families who love them, it's a hard fought and much celebrated victory.
We're not sure why some babies have colic. Recently researchers have looked at factors that increase your baby's risk of colic. Perhaps one day it can be prevented altogether.
We know that too much caffeine during pregnancy is ill-advised, however, too much caffeine while breastfeeding can cause a serious health problem for your little one.
Next time you're feeling like you're going to "lose your cool" with your kids, take that deep cleansing breath in, breath out the tension and send it some place else. Turns out, early nurturing boosts your baby's brain development.
A new study has confirmed prior studies showing that signs of autism can be detected in babies as young as 6 months of age.
Giving birth or adopting a baby is the beginning of an exciting new adventure -- but when you're in the early days of that adventure, you may feel like an anxious tourist. Parents are increasingly willing to turn to other, more experienced guides.
Bringing a baby into the home has been likened to throwing a hand grenade in between you and your partner. Knowing about these "pieces of shrapnel" can help your relationship not only survive, but thrive!
Soon you'll be bringing home your wee bundle. Be prepared with a realistic picture of life with a new baby.
There's been a lot of buzz recently about the crucial role that iron plays in promoting healthy growth and development in babies and young children -- and for good reason.