A description of the basics in taking care of a newborn.
“In some unfortunate cases, infants and toddlers have experienced severe tooth decay that has resulted in dental restorations or extractions. The good news is that decay is preventable.”
From FamilyDoctor.org, learn how you can still breastfeed your baby after returning to work.
Includes the advantages and challenges of breastfeeding and formula feeding, recommendations from leading health organizations, and more. Also available in Spanish.
From Family Education. Why use formula, the differences in formulas, what’s healthy and not healthy, and how to choose the best formula for your baby.
Developed by the US Departments of Agriculture, Education, and Health and Human Services, these twelve booklets walk you through baby’s first year of life. They include feeding tips, checkup information, stages of development, ways you can keep baby safe, and much more. Also available in Spanish.
Learn when to introduce solid foods, why feeding baby solids too early can be harmful, and how to prepare food for baby as they grow.
The most comprehensive information about breastfeeding anywhere. Also available in Spanish.
Including instructions on cleaning bottles and equipment, preparing and storing formula, and other information. Also available in French and Chinese.