Pregnancy & Baby

Pregnancy Cravings and Why Women Have Them

Why do pickles and ice cream make such a wonderful combo to moms to be? Experts dish on the science and reasons behind these oddball pregnancy cravings.

6 Surprising Facts on Starting Solids

Is your baby ready – and what are the 'rules' now, anyway? A pediatrician with Shelby Pediatric Associates & Child Lung Center weighs in.

Why the Baby Box Trend is Great for Safe Infant Sleep

A simple cardboard bassinet is being sent home with new moms at more U.S. hospitals. A southeast Michigan nurse midwife explains why the 'baby box' is a positive trend.

3 Common Infant Sleep Mistakes Parents Make

Experts from the Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation's Kohl's SAFE 4 Kids Program caution parents on the perils of some popular sleeping habits for babies.

How to Get Your Infant to Enjoy Tummy Time: Tips and...

Spending time on their tummies during the day is crucial for your little one's health and development. Here are some easy tips to incorporate tummy time in your baby's day.

How Blowing Raspberries Helps a Baby Develop

Sticking your tongue out and making noise at your kid can just seem like silly fun. But it lays the groundwork for social and motor skills and more.

What is Gestational Diabetes? An Expert Weighs In

Are you wondering 'What is gestational diabetes?' This common complication of pregnancy can usually be well-controlled but requires close monitoring.

How to Increase Fertility: Tips for Getting Pregnant

If you've been trying to conceive but aren't having luck, you're not alone. Here, a local doctor weighs in with tips for getting pregnant.

How to Prevent Diaper Rash

Plus tips on how to treat diaper rash – straight from a local pediatric nurse practitioner.

Tips for Choosing a Nursing Bra

Rebecca Aughton, owner of Bra-vo Intimates in Royal Oak, shares tips for choosing a nursing bra with expecting and new moms.

Drool Baby Drool: Top 10 Signs Your Baby is Teething

From drooling, coughing and chin rashes to diarrhea, a low-grade fever, biting and gnawing, here are some classic signs your baby is teething.

How to Protect Your Baby From Dangerous Sink-Bath Burns

The injuries are more common than you'd think. A top local expert from Children's Hospital of Michigan offers prevention tips.
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