A yeast infection can be one cause of a baby’s persistent diaper rash, but other sources may also be to blame. Learn more about the common causes of diaper rash – and how to treat and prevent them.
Is your baby’s adorable gummy smile soon to be filled with some tiny pearly white teeth? Here, a CHOC pediatrician explains more about the signs of teething in babies, when to expect teething to begin, and offers suggestions to ease the process.
A lactaction consultant discusses the benefits of breastfeeding, including preventing disease and other lifelong benefits.
Here are answers to some of the most common questions we receive on frozen breast milk safety.
Many parents are familiar with this scene: It’s dinner time, and your baby is eyeing every bite of food you put in your mouth. Is it time for baby to try solid foods? Solid foods can be introduced as early as six months of age, according to guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics and […]
Some baby spit-up is a fact of life for parents of infants, but a baby who spits up a lot or often may have reflux, a CHOC pediatrician says.
As new parents often find, no one in the house sleeps if the baby doesn’t sleep. It’s very common to have sleep troubles with a baby, especially as new habits and routines are being developed. Newborns and babies should get the recommended amount of sleep based on their age. These recommendations are only guidelines and […]