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Nursery Water: A Quintessential Essential

Making sure the water you’re using to prepare your baby’s food and bottles is safe, can be tough. While in most communities, tap water is considered safe to drink, you’re still potentially putting your wee one’s brand new stomach at risk.

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How to navigate the NICU

The neonatal intensive care unit can be a scary place. But don’t worry—we talked to parents who’ve been there.

Hydration 101

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New parent cheat sheet: 12 tips to help you through your baby’s first year

Your baby isn’t as much of a mystery as you might think. Here's everything you need to know about their first year. 

Here’s why you should get more vitamin D in your life

Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium efficiently so that it can grow and maintain strong bones and teeth.

Nutrition recommendations for infants from six to 24 months

Not only have the suggested foods changed, but also when to begin feeding solids.

Canadian guidelines recommend meats as baby’s first solid food

In a major departure from conventional advice, new Canadian guidelines say parents should be offering their six-month-old infants iron-rich foods like beef, pork, fish, poultry, tofu, beans and eggs two or more times a day on a daily basis.

Parents concerned with flat head syndrome ignoring important SIDS precautions

Problems associated with plagiocephaly (also known as flat head syndrome) include developmental delay, physical appearance (for some children it can mean their ears or eyes are out of alignment), difficulty fitting into bike, snowboard or hockey helmets, and potential teasing due to looking different.

Moms asked and Similac® listened

Similac® formulas are now available with non-GMO ingredients.
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