Crying Baby & Colic

Crying in the morning. Crying after naps. Crying and crying and more crying. When a baby cries often and cannot be comforted, parents are naturally concerned. What are the signs of colic? If it’s not colic, what else could it be? Look through our articles below for advice and tips on different ways to calm your baby, and information on when it might be time to call your pediatrician.

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4 Strategies to Get Through Colic

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Could an Elimination Diet Prevent Colic?

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Could Medication Help Your Baby’s Reflux?

A few weeks ago, I took my 5-year-old to a GI specialist for some abdominal pain ...
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5 Natural Ways to Help Baby Teething Pain

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The Truth About Amber Teething Necklaces

Somewhere in between my daughter's sixth and seventh month, she turned from my ...
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The Painful, Almost Invisible Reason Your Baby Might Be Crying

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