Infant Health Center
They’re no longer newborns, but they’re definitely still babies. They seem so small and fragile – parents often find themselves concerned about the effects of the world on their baby: Is this medication safe? Should he have this vaccine? Is she sick or just hungry? Is he supposed to do that? Is she supposed to have that many poops in one day? Peruse the articles below, do a search, or ask Dr. Greene for advice if you don’t find the answer to your questions.
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Related concepts: Pimples Introduction to baby acne: To many parents’ dismay, their beautiful newborn’s face breaks out with red bumps at around 3 to 4 weeks of age. This is called baby acne. It tends to occur at about the same age as the baby’s peak gas production and fussiness. H [...]Read full story