Baby - Care

The consistency of my baby's stools has changed

Yes, a change in the consistency, colour and/ or frequency of stools is normal after starting to give solid food or after a change in the formula.

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Playful learning

The first year of your baby's life is one big exploration. In this first year the senses of your little one will develop rapidly and by creating a challenging environment for your baby you can stimulate him to explore everything. Colors, smells, sounds and tastes, everything is new at this stage!

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What to do about engorgement: how to get rid of it quickly

If you have just given birth, you may initially suffer from engorgement This happens when you start to produce milk. This condition can be uncomfortable and stressful so what can you do to treat engorgement? Read our tips about how you can reduce engorgement and improve the flow of breastmilk:

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Diaper rash

A diaper rash is a common ailment in babies. In fact, every baby who wears diapers can suffer from it. Fortunately, diaper rashes can often be prevented and cured very well. In this article we will discuss what diaper rash is in detail, how your baby gets it, and how you can prevent and get rid of it once your baby starts suffering from it.

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Cradle cap

Babies are adorable, and mothers can never imagine their kids having any form of imperfection. This is why you may be nervous when you notice yellow-coloured flakes on the scalp of your child’s head. This condition is referred to as cradle cap, and it should not cause you any alarm.

Basically, cradle cap is a form of dandruff which occurs in children. It comes with a greasy appearance and has been noted to be a form of eczema. It does not just appear on the scalp; it may also appear on the eyebrows, the fold between the nose and cheeks, at the back of the ears, and even on the chest. The condition typically appears in babies who are between 6 and 8 weeks old. It can persist for up to around four months after the child’s birth.

But as mentioned, you don’t have anything to worry about. This is because the condition disappers on its own. Still, many mothers insist on tackling it head-on.

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Flu and fever in babies: what can you do?

They say that when there's an 'r' in the name of the month, flu is in the air! It's certainly true that your baby is more susceptible to the flu in these months. Just like the more common cold, flu is an infection of the respiratory tract. However, it can be more serious, and presents different symptoms. In this article, we'll explain the difference between a cold and the flu, how to treat a baby with a fever, and what to do if your child has the flu.

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How to master the weaning process

Weaning your little one can be a slow process with lots of different things to think about. Whether that’s moving your child on to follow-on milk or solid food, weaning can be a stressful time and can raise lots of questions. Our leading clinical nutrition therapist, Yvonne Bishop-Weston, who specialises in infant nutrition, gives her top tips for making the process as smooth as possible.

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