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  • Recall Alert: Graco Recalls More Than 25,000 Car Seats

    "Children’s products company Graco recalled more than 25,000 car seats after the harness webbing that keeps a child in the seat failed to meet federal requirements for strength. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the webbing may not restrain a child in a crash." Find out if your child's car seat was included in the recall and what to if it was, here: http://wb.md/2r5sxcJ
  • 1 day ago

    3 month old development

    Hello, my little girl is 3 months old today. She has shown some advanced behavior so I decided to try teaching her 123's. After going over them with her for 30 minutes she fell asleep. She was very intrigued but got tired. I noticed in her sleep her fingers were moving a lot as if counting. About an hour of restless sleep she woke screaming and it lasted all throughout the night. When she finally got rest she woke happy. She continued to move her fingers a lot. I decided to write 1,2,&3 in....
  • 1 day ago

    5 week old daughter had small amounts of blood while wiping the poop out of it

    My daughter is 5 weeks old and she POOPED ALOT! I mean it went up and out the front and the back! And I was feeding her when she started to poop so i let her finish and after 4 or 5 min i went to change her and what a mess especially at 4 am..... anyway her vagina was literally full of poop i really wasn't going to put a diaper on her without cleaning her i folded a wipe and gently wiped as i have before obviously its not the 1st time this has happend i usually just make sure that no poop is....
  • Epilepsy or ADHD

    My son is a 7 year old boy and very active. He has an IEP at school for sensory and receives occupational therapy. He complains his head spins and his brain tells him to do things he does not want to do like impulsively scream or hit. We teach proper behavior and moral values as a family. Is this behavior due to something I'm doing wrong or is it due to his epilepsy and medication. We weened him of Keppra at age 4 1/2 and started at age 2. He no longer has seizures. Please help. I notice him....
  • 3 days ago

    Daughter does not listen to me

    now my 5 year old daughter seems to do most things wrong to me, i scold her a lot and she makes me feel bad about it afterwards by asking why i had to talk to her that way or making promises not to upset me again with her eyes full of tears which really hurts me in the end.

  • My child do not obey elders. How to get on with this?

    Not sure why me kid is not obeying all the elders. She obeys few people who are so near & dear to her. But she doesn't obey few people even we consistently remind her to obey all the elders.

  • 4 days ago

    News: No Fruit Juice Before Age 1, Pediatricians Say

    Do your little ones like fruit juice? The American Academy of Pediatrics released new recommendations that may have an impact on just how much you allow them to drink. One recommendation is that fruit juice be limited for toddlers and older children, and babies shouldn't have any at all before their first birthday. Another recommendation is that parents should forgo the beloved sippy cup for their children altogether. You can learn more here: http://wb.md/2raAVZh What do you think about these....
  • 7 days ago

    News: U.S. Pool-Linked Infections on the Rise

    If you're planning on cooling off at a pool (especially a public one) this summer, you should probably read this article first: http://wb.md/2qG8zmF The main thing to know is health officials are warning that "outbreaks of a diarrhea-causing parasitic infection have doubled in recent years at swimming pools and water playgrounds in the United States". Read the article above to learn about the symptoms of this infection (cryptosporidiosis) and how to help protect yourself and your family....
  • 10 days ago

    Chest bone

    My sons chest bone sticks out. I have noticed it more since he is has hit puberty and lost weight and has gotten taller should I be concerned? Should I take him to his pediatrician?
  • 10 days ago

    Parenting Alert: Teen Dies from Chugging Caffeine

    A South Carolina teen who collapsed in a high school classroom last month died from a heart rhythm problem brought on by drinking too much caffeine, too fast. We asked two cardiologists, John Mandrola, MD and Steve Nissen, MD, what parents need to know about Cripe’s death. Here's what they had to say: http://wb.md/2pH85Q2 Do you know how much caffeine your teens are drinking?