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Birthmarks

Learn to identify types of birthmarks by how the skin looks. Examples include café au lait spot, congenital nevus, port-wine stain and hemangioma.


What a newborn really looks like

Here's what to expect when you meet your baby for the first time.


Language development: Speech milestones for babies

Get the facts about baby speech and language development.


Breastfeeding and medications: What's safe?

Understand which medications are safe to take while breastfeeding.


Iron deficiency in children: Prevention tips for parents

Learn how much of this key mineral your child needs and what the health risks of not getting enough are.


Breast milk storage: Do's and don'ts

Learn how to safely store expressed breast milk, what containers to use and how long breast milk will keep.


Car seat safety: Avoid 9 common mistakes

Learn about common mistakes and find out what you need to do to keep your child safe on the road.


Infant formula: 7 steps to prepare it safely

Properly preparing and storing infant formula is essential for your baby's nutrition.


Helping baby sleep through the night

Help your baby sleep through the night.


Pacifiers: Are they good for your baby?

Is it OK to offer your baby a pacifier? Know the pros and cons.


Feeding your newborn: Tips for new parents

Learn what you need to know about feeding your newborn.


Infant development: Birth to 3 months

Expect your baby to change dramatically in the first few months.


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