Well-Baby Checkups

  • Well-child visits: Your baby's two-week checkup

    Your well-child visits can serve as a simple guide to new baby care. Here's what you can expect at your child's two-week checkup.

  • Pediatricians -- Choosing the Right Doctor for Your Baby

    What should you look for in a pediatrician? We've pulled together questions for the office staff and doctor to help you narrow down your choices and find a pediatrician who meshes with your schedule and your needs.

  • When Your Child is Afraid of Needles

    Is your child deathly afraid of needles and due to get a booster shot soon? Here are a few suggestions that may help with this common and stressful situation.

  • Communication: Does Your Child Have a Hearing or Speech Problem?

    Communication skills begin way before your baby utters that first word. Is your child's hearing and talking on target? Take a look and see.

  • New Ways of Diagnosing Autism in Infancy

    Autism often isn't discovered until age 5. Children diagnosed at this age miss opportunities to get therapy during the time their brains are growing and most easily shaped.

  • Babies Can Catch Cavities from Mom

    Tooth decay is a bacterial infection that babies can catch even from their moms. Protect your baby from dental cavities with our helpful how-to's.

  • Your Toddler's First Trip to the Dentist

    The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends the first visit by your tot's first birthday. You're on board. Now, how can you prepare your barely walking kiddo for a visit to the dentist?

  • Baby's Blood Type

    Curious about your baby's blood type? It's among the most vital information to remember about your child!

  • Acetaminophen: No More Baby Drops

    Your baby's got a fever. You rush to the store, reach for the acetaminophen baby drops and can't find them! What happened?

  • Choosing a Green Pediatrician

    As you did when choosing an ob/gyn, you want to find a pediatrician who is top-notch medically. How much better if he or she is also on the journey to an environmentally sustainable perspective on pediatrics!

  • When Does Spitting Up Signify a Problem?

    My newborn has a lot of spit ups. When should I worry?

  • SMART Tips on Reversing a Denied Health Insurance Claim

    Insurance company denying your claim? Insurance companies will pay for services if you follow their rules of engagement. Follow these SMART tips and get it handled!

  • Childcare: Biggest Mistakes

    Choosing someone to care for your child is a big responsibility -- one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. That's why it's important to avoid making any of these all-too-common mistakes. Within this article, you find a list of daycare problems as well as methods to overcome.

  • Twenty-first Century Sneeze

    Recently, a friend mentioned that schools are encouraging children to sneeze on their arm sleeve instead of their hand. The old adage "cover your mouth when you sneeze" takes on a new perspective. Now to demonstrate, instead of using a cupped hand, one would need to sweep your entire arm across your face. The 21st century sneeze.

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  • Baby's Blood Type

    Curious about your baby's blood type? It's among the most vital information to remember about your child!

  • Flexible Spending Accounts Facts for Families with Children

    FSAs cover more than just the trip to the doctor's office. Think of FSAs as being very broad when it comes to health or medical expenses -- the odds are that something is covered by it if you are ever curious.

  • Your Toddler's First Trip to the Dentist

    The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends the first visit by your tot's first birthday. You're on board. Now, how can you prepare your barely walking kiddo for a visit to the dentist?

  • General Information About Antibiotic Resistance

    Talk to your doctor about the best treatment. You should not expect to get a prescription for antibiotics. If you have a viral infection, antibiotics will not cure it, help you feel better, or prevent someone else from getting your virus.

  • Medical Bill and Insurance Planning When You Are Expecting

    Having a baby is a game changer in terms of your health coverage as well. For most young couples, this may be the most important single use of their insurance, so it is important to get it right.