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Here’s everything you need to know about strawberry hemangiomas

Parents may worry when they notice a raised, red birthmark on their new babe. The good news is, the spot, called a strawberry hemangiomas or strawberry mark, is unlikely to cause health issues.

Tips To Treating Fevers

My six-year-old daughter had a fever that would come down with Tylenol but then kept going back up after the medication wore off. What’s going on?

Is there a ‘normal’ weight for babies?

It’s not that simple, says Dr. Dina Kulik, a mom, pediatrician and Emergency Medicine Physician at The Hospital for Sick Children.

How much weight should a breastfed baby gain each month?

Often times, weight gain isn't as rapid in babies who are breastfed vs formula-fed. Dr. Marla weighs in.

What to Do if Your Baby is Tongue Tied

Often tongue tie may persist without immediately noticeable symptoms. However, as your child grows, it may affect speech, oral hygiene (due to not being able to use the tongue to clear debris from the teeth and gums), licking movements (like moistening the lips) or even playing an instrument.

Considering homeopathy for kids

Read on to better understand homeopathic solutions and benefits, for a range of daily ailments.

Tips for caring for near-term babies

Babies born between 37 and 38 weeks are considered early-term. These babies do not face the same difficulties as preemies but they are not-term.

Keep your baby active with tummy time

Less confined sitting and more tummy time will help babies get on the right track toward being active.

Are some germs good for your baby?

According to Dr. Dina Kulik, a pediatrician and emergency medicine doctor who works at Kindercare Paediatrics and SickKids hospital in Toronto, babies can benefit from germs.

How to prevent hip dysplasia

Breech babies, children with a family history of hip problems, and first-born girls (oddly enough) are more at risk of hip dysplasia than other kids.

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