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Colic

What is colic? Colic is inconsolable crying that lasts 2-4 hours per day at least 3 days per week. It often occurs in the evening. Colic usually begins between 2-4 weeks of age although it occasionally is earlier or later. Colicky crying is very extreme but is...

Jaundice (Yellow Baby)

What is jaundice? Jaundice is a very common condition in newborn infants where the skin develops a yellowish appearance. Most infants develop this in the first few days of life and in most infants it goes away on its own. Jaundice is caused by a build up of bilirubin,...

Breastfeeding vs. Bottlefeeding

Should I breastfeed or bottlefeed? One of the many decisions parents face with new babies is what to feed them. This should be decided before the birth of the child if possible. Remember, if you choose to bottle feed initially and change your mind after the first few...