Body & Skin

Whether your new arrival has a rash on his face or on his bottom, we've got tips for treating common skin issues. You can also learn more about common physical concerns, from the top of his soft spot to the bottom of his toes. If you've heard terms like plagiocephaly, torticollis, and jaundice and wondered what they mean, you can learn more about each right here.

Body & Skin - Baby
The Itchy and Scratchy Facts about Casts

When our little ones are sick or hurt, or main focus is their well-being. Kissing ...
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What Does Frostbite Look Like? What Should You Do?

Many people of all ages are treated yearly for frostnip and frostbite, but children are ...
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Understanding Birthmarks

According to Medline Plus, "birthmarks are abnormalities of the skin that are present ...
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Childhood Concussions: Signs, Symptoms, and Prevention Methods

When most people hear the word concussion, they think of a person being knocked ...
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Treatment Methods for Positional Plagiocephaly

Positional plagiocephaly is a fairly easy condition to diagnose and treat, with a ...
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Positional Plagiocephaly: What Is It?

If you notice a flat, misshapen spot on your baby’s head after he is six weeks old, he ...
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