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How to have a healthy pregnancy and baby BabyCenter

Three vaccines are not only safe, they're recommended specifically for pregnant women: 1. The flu (influenza) vaccine, which can reduce your risk of hospitalization from the flu while pregnant. (Pregnant women are at higher risk for severe illness from the flu than women who aren't pregnant.) … See more

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WebChildren's Health. When you have health questions or your child isn’t feeling well, everything else takes a backseat. Here we offer helpful, doctor-approved info about fever, coughs, colds, flu, rashes, allergies, and …

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Your baby's checkup schedule: What to expect at doctor …

WebYour baby's checkup schedule. Some pediatricians' schedules vary slightly, but the American Academy of Pediatrics Opens a new window (AAP) recommends …

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What happens if I get COVID while pregnant

WebCOVID vaccines are safe for pregnant women, women who are trying to become pregnant, and breastfeeding moms. While you can still get COVID after …

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COVID symptoms in babies and kids BabyCenter

WebBabyCenter's editorial team is committed to providing the most helpful and trustworthy pregnancy and parenting information in the world. When creating and …

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Maternity insurance: The facts on health insurance for …

WebAccording to the Health Care Cost Institute, childbirth accounts for about four out of every five dollars spent on maternal-newborn health care. The average cost for …

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HCG levels by week during pregnancy BabyCenter

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Fever in babies and kids: Causes, treatment, and when to …

WebSymptoms of an illness that may need to be treated, such as an ear infection, a urinary tract infection, or sore throat. A recurring fever for more than a week, …

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Signs of pneumonia in babies: What to do and when to …

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WebHave questions about baby sleep habits, baby care and feeding, health, development, and safety? We can help you solve breastfeeding and baby sleep problems, start solid foods, …

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6 week postpartum checkup: Here's what happens BabyCenter

WebYour postpartum checkup. Your six-week postpartum checkup is a comprehensive visit with your OB or midwife to check on your recovery after childbirth. …

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How to give emergency choking and CPR first aid to an infant

WebChoking. The baby isn't able to cough up the object. (Ask someone to call 911 or the local emergency number while you begin back blows and chest thrusts (see step 2, below). If …

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Baby ear infections: Signs, symptoms, and treatment BabyCenter

WebEar infections in babies and young children are common, especially after a cold or flu. Signs of an ear infection include fussiness, tugging at the ear, fever, and a loss of appetite. …

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Financial help for pregnant women and families

WebThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Maternal and Child Health Bureau coordinates medical care, support, and advice for pregnant women, …

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Low birth weight baby: causes, risk factors, treatments, and more

WebSlowed growth and low birth weight may occur due to rubella, chicken pox and certain STIs as well as air pollution and exposure to lead. Abuse. Domestic violence, …

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Natural cold remedies for babies, toddlers, and kids BabyCenter

WebThe American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests mixing 1/2 teaspoon table salt with 1 cup warm water. Tip your child's head back, or lay them on their back …

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Bronchitis symptoms, treatment, and prevention in children

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Best multivitamins for kids of 2023 BabyCenter

WebBest multivitamin for kids overall: SmartyPants Kids Formula Multi and Omega 3s. Best affordable multivitamin for kids: Olly Kids Multivitamin + Probiotic. …

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When and how can I find out my baby's sex

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Postpartum recovery timeline

WebYour mental health and postpartum hormones. Your baby is a toddler now! Your new life comes with new stresses, whether it's balancing work and family, helping …

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Serious postpartum symptoms not to ignore BabyCenter

WebThe main causes of death after pregnancy are mental health conditions, severe bleeding, heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, and infections. Several …

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