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  • A Colic Diet

    A Colic Diet

    Imagine for a moment the sound of 3 hours with a peaceful, happy baby. And imagine the opposite! About ¼ of babies will experience colic, defined as at least 3 hours of crying per day on at least 3 days of the previous week. Several factors, such as exposure to cigarette smoke, have been proven […]

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  • Treating Continuous Crying

    Treating Continuous Crying

    I have a 7-week-old who is very fussy. All he does is cry. He is in pain and I feel so bad for him. He barely sleeps at all. When he is fussy he is also extremely gassy. Any…

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  • Gastroesophageal Reflux

    Gastroesophageal Reflux: A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Related concepts: GERD Introduction to gastroesophageal reflux: GE reflux wears many faces. You might see a baby who spits up all the time…an adult with heartburn…a child who won’t gain weight…an unhappy toddler…a chronic cough…wheezing…recurrent pneumonia…an infant who cries and cries…any one of these may be the only symptom of gastroesophageal reflux.

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  • Ear Infection

    Ear Infection: A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Related concepts: Acute otitis media, otitis media, AOM Introduction to ear infection: Many parents are familiar with being awoken by a crying baby with an ear infection. Ear infections are the most common reason that children take an extra trip to the doctor, take antibiotics, or even have surgery. What is an ear infection? Ear […]

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    Colic: A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Introduction to colic: It usually strikes toward the end of a long day, when your baby is just about at the age when your sleep deprivation has really begun to set in. Your baby stops being the quiet, peaceful, miracle baby and begins screaming every evening. It is no wonder that parents become frustrated, discouraged, […]

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  • Fast Facts about Ear Infections

    Fast Facts about Ear Infections

    Since ear infections are the most common diagnosis in pediatrics, it is worthwhile for a parent to learn to become a Sherlock Holmes — able to notice the clues and suspect an ear infection before it becomes advanced. Here are some important things every parent should know about ear infections:

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  • Colic Will Not Last Forever!

    Colic Will Not Last Forever!

    My wife and I are pulling our hair out. Our daughter cries for hours every evening. What can we do about colic? We need help!!!California

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  • What is Colic

    What is Colic?

    What is colic?

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