Conditions & Infections

Wondering if your blue-eyed baby will stay that way? Or maybe you're curious about when to begin toothbrushing - I mean, babies don't usually have teeth, right? Find answers to all your questions about your little one's eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and throat in the following articles.

Eyes, Ears, Nose, Mouth, & Throat - Baby
The 401 on Strabismus

  The two most common types of strabismus include accommodative esotropia and ...
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Tear Duct Obstruction: What Is It?

A blocked tear duct prevents tears from draining normally from the eyes, causing ...
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How is Amblyopia (Lazy Eye) Treated?

Amblyopia, or lazy eye, is most effectively diagnosed and treated before the age of five. ...
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What is Amblyopia?

If amblyopia is not treated, it could lead to permanent vision loss, and treatment tends ...
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How Do You Treat Tear Duct Obstructions?

Treatment options will depend on the outcome of these tests. According to KidsHealth, ...
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17 Tips About Nosebleeds: Precautions, Types, & Ways to Stop the Bleeding

Getting a nosebleed can be a frightening experience, for both you and your child, but ...
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