Babies under six months must not be exposed to the sun, at all. And don't use sun block until the baby is at least a year old. Babies should be put in the shade and kept out of the sun.
Cradle cap is a thick layer of brownish/yellowish scales made up of dead skin cells and grease. Cradle cap is not dangerous, but it can take time to get rid of, so it's best to prevent it from happening in the first place.
Diaper rash is irritated skin on your baby's little bum. However careful you are, it can be difficult to prevent. But here are some tips.
We don't mean to scare you, but once your baby is on the move, they are exposed to new dangers. The most common include falls, burns and scalds, water hazards and poisons. Time to baby-proof your home.
It begins with small portions of puréed food. The next step is chewing on more solid food, until eventually, you and your child are eating the same food.
Your baby is growing and can go for longer periods without food. Hopefully, this is reflected in their nighttime sleep patterns. If not, we have a few sleep tips for you.
Here are some ways you can help your child develop their vocabulary and communication skills.
Here are some handy things that are useful to know about little kids, food and eating.
You need to be extra careful in the kitchen when cooking for babies and toddlers, as they're more sensitive than adults to things like bacteria that can upset their stomachs.
The key to a healthy appetite is letting your baby play with their food, and eating meals together.
We often hear how important a varied, balanced diet is for both children and grown-ups. But what does that really mean? The food pyramid provides the answer.
Your little explorer is growing up at such a rapid rate that sometimes it's hard to keep up with their new tricks. That's why it's important to start baby-proofing your home now, before you really need to. Here's a guide to baby-proofing your home.
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