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Colic in the Breastfed Baby

By Laura Leavitt

mother holding baby near her breast There are plenty of reasons why a baby might be having a tough time with breastmilk.
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Colic Symptoms in Babies

By Laura Leavitt

swaddled baby Colic is hard on babies, but there are things we can do to ease the discomfort along the way.
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Dairy Sensitivity in Breastfed Infants

By Laura Leavitt

Fruits and vegetables When a dairy intolerance manifests for a baby, there are ways to help them through the breastmilk they drink.
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GERD (Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease)

By Laura Leavitt

baby girl laying on the floor blowing bubbles Dealing with GERD can be complex but it's good to know what's happening with your baby's digestion.
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How to Calm Your Crying Baby

By Laura Leavitt

mom holding crying baby Babies, we all have learned, have many different cries, and need many different things.
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How to Soothe a Colicky Baby

By Laura Leavitt

dad carrying baby in baby wrap Colic makes you and baby miserable - here are some ways to improve baby's chances of moving past it.
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Probiotics for Babies

By JustMommies staff

What are probiotics and why would you want to give them to your baby? Probiotics are microorganisms (good bacteria) that provide health benefits to your baby including, improving colic and tummy problems, boosting immunity, treating diarrhea and diaper rash, as well as boosting immunity. Probiotics are
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Silent Reflux in Infants (Laryngopharyngeal Reflux)

By Laura Leavitt

Baby crying in crib Infant reflux is what happens when a baby spits up. Silent reflux (also known as laryngopharyngeal reflux or LPR) is very similar, but the baby doesn't actually spit up, because he's able to swallow the stomach contents. The problem is that the stomach contents are acidic, so it burns on the way up and
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