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After coming home, when will your baby receive his first round of immunizations?

After coming home, when will your baby receive his first round of immunizations?

​The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) discusses everything you need to know about your child's first immunizations.

​The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) discusses everything you need to know about your child's first immunizations.

What's that smell? It can't possibly be your sweet baby! But it is - what in the world does that smell mean?

5 out of every 1,000 infant boys born in the United States have hypospadias, but what is it?  Learn more about this male-only birth defect.

5 out of every 1,000 infant boys born in the United States have hypospadias, but what is it? Learn more about this male-only birth defect.

Heart murmurs can indicate underlying health issues. Learn what it can mean if a murmur is present at birth.

Heart murmurs can indicate underlying health issues. Learn what it can mean if a murmur is present at birth.

If you experience pain while breastfeeding, read this > 12 Ways to Spot Tongue Tie in Babies

If you experience pain while breastfeeding, read this > 12 Ways to Spot Tongue Tie in Babies

What does a #gassybaby cry sound like? Find out.

What does a #gassybaby cry sound like? Find out.

In 2011 the AAP recommended all newborns be screened for heart defects. Learn more about the screening process.

In 2011 the AAP recommended all newborns be screened for heart defects. Learn more about the screening process.

Many congenital heart defects can be diagnosed before your baby is even born, but that isn't always the case. Know what signs to look for in newborns and infants.

Many congenital heart defects can be diagnosed before your baby is even born, but that isn't always the case. Know what signs to look for in newborns and infants.

Sleep deprivation is the biggest concern for parents when bringing home a new baby. But should you be more concerned about your own sleep or your newborn's?

Sleep deprivation is the biggest concern for parents when bringing home a new baby. But should you be more concerned about your own sleep or your newborn's?

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