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5 Tips for Dealing with Nasal Congestion in Babies

He or she is feeling stuffy for sure - here's what you can do about it.
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Effective, Nontoxic Teethers & Tips To Soothe Teething Babies

By Inhabitots

Teething is painful work, and it often causes babies to have very irritable days and long, sleepless nights -- both of which affect the entire family. Good thing there's no shortage of innovative and eco-friendly teethers for little ones to sink their hard working gums into, all of which make it easy
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Natural Cold Remedies for Babies

Soothing your baby is possible with natural remedies that are safe for children.
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Green Frothy Stools in Breastfed Babies

By JustMommies staff

Typically, breastfed babies have frequent bowel movements. They may need a diaper change after every feeding. Their stools should be mustard yellow colored, seedy, and runny. They may look like diarrhea but you have to remember a breastfed baby’s diet is made up entirely of liquids. Their stools
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Umbilical Hernias and Granulomas

Understanding hernias and granulomas can help you prepare for a potential complication.
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Sustainable Growth Charts Measure Every Inch In Eco Style

By Inhabitots

We've all heard the saying, "Kids grow up so fast." So cherish every centimeter with a stylish, sustainable growth chart. Measuring squirmy babies can be a tall order, but this crib sheet doubles as a growth chart and makes the task a cinch. This height gauge wardrobe does double duty by storing childrens'
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Febrile Seizures in Babies: What You Should Know

Febrile seizures can be scary, but knowing the most important symptoms can help you react with the right next step.
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How to Take Your Baby's Temperature

By JustMommies staff

There are three main methods for taking a baby's temperature: in the ear, in the armpit or rectally. Using an oral thermometer isn't recommended until a child is 4 or 5 years old (they're too squirmy before that). Rectal temperature tends to be the most accurate, but we'll look at all three methods.
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Blood in Baby's Stool

By JustMommies staff

Babies can sometimes have blood in their stool that is caused by food allergies, a small anal tear or fissure, or even a temporary case of lactose intolerance. It might even be a drop of blood that came from a cracked nipple, which the baby then passed through his system. Many times the cause of blood
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The 411 on Baby Poop - Infant Bowel Movements

By JustMommies staff

While you may want to toss out that dirty diaper as quickly as possible, there are a few things you should take note of first.
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