Acetaminophen and children

Babies and solid foods

Baby naps

Baby sleep

Baby's head shape: What's normal?

Bathing your newborn

Worried about your baby's first bath? Here's what you need to know to get the job done.

Breast milk storage

Breast-feeding and medications

Breast-feeding nutrition: Tips for moms

Breast-feeding support

Breast-feeding tips

Breast-feeding might take more practice — and patience — than you ever imagined. Here's help understanding the basics.

Breast-feeding twins

Breast-feeding vs. formula-feeding

Breast-feeding: Pumping tips

Burn safety

Burns can happen in the blink of an eye. To protect your child, take simple precautions at home and outdoors.

Car seat safety

Caring for a premature baby

Child development

Childhood vaccines

Childhood vaccines

Children's swimming

Choosing a breast pump

Cold medicines for kids

Crying baby

Crying baby? How to keep your cool

Ear infection treatment: Do alternative therapies work?

Extended breast-feeding

Fall safety for kids

In the course of their daily adventures, children have plenty of opportunities to fall down. These simple precautions can help keep your child safe.

Hand-washing tips

Infant choking prevention

Infant development: Ages 10 to 12 months

Infant development: Ages 4 to 6 months

Infant development: Ages 7 to 9 months

Infant development: Birth to 3 months

Infant formula basics

Choosing an infant formula can be confusing. Understand types of formula, the difference between generic and brand-name formula, and more.

Infant formula preparation

Infant massage

Introducing a new sibling

Iron deficiency in children

Language development

Limiting screen time

New dad tips

Newborn care: 10 tips

Newborn feeding basics

Pacifiers and your baby

Potty training

Preventing lead exposure

Returning to work after maternity leave

Returning to work after you've had a baby can be daunting. Follow these tips to balance your work and family life.

Sex education: Talking to toddlers and preschoolers about sex

Sick baby?

Infant illnesses are common. Know which signs and symptoms deserve a call to the doctor — and which require emergency care.

Signs of successful breast-feeding

Single-parenting tips

Sleep tips for new parents

Spitting up in babies

Stroller safety


Temper tantrums

Thermometer basics

Thermometers: Understand the options

Toddler parenting tips

Umbilical cord care: Do's and don'ts for parents

Water safety

Weaning tips

Well-baby exam

July 20, 2016