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The Baby-Proof Habits You Have to Care About

In addition to baby-proofing your house, you should baby-proof yourself and other family members. Take a look at your habits. Do you do anything automatically that could spell trouble for your baby? What about...

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Making The House Safer for Your Baby

Before your baby begins to creep or crawl, you must baby-proof your house— that is, make it safe for curious little fingers. It is easy to put this job off, but if you do,...

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Handling Most Common Emergencies in Babies

Some conditions should be considered emergencies and treated immediately. Following are instructions for handling these life-threatening situations. You should become familiar with these procedures so that they will not be confusing to yolau if...

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When to Call the Doctor about Your Baby

You should never hesitate to call your pediatrician about your baby if “something is not right.” A mother’s intuition is often correct when it comes to her child. Your pediatrician may be able to...

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Naming Your Baby

The ritual of choosing a name for your baby is an important one for you as expectant parents. Not only is it an activity that you can do together, it is also one that...

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Care Given To The Baby At Birth

Your baby will be given his first exams in life at 1 minute and 5 minutes after birth. This two-part evaluation is called the Apgar score and is designed to show how well the...

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The Baby’s Physiological Changes at Birth

Your baby’s circulatory system will change at the moment of birth. While he is in your uterus, your baby receives his oxygen from your red blood cells via the placenta. At birth, he will...