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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The Window of Opportunity for Teaching Your Kids Great Eating Habits

Dr. Greene’s take on great eating habits… What does mother goose have to do with getting kids to eat right? Researcher Konrad Lorentz showed that by replacing a mother goose with something else as the first thing a baby goose encountered, he could alter the behavior of the baby goose to view that thing (even …

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Articles

Congratulations, your baby is growing! We want to support you and your family in the milestones to come. Here you’ll find all you need to know about teething, diaper rash, separation anxiety and more.

Q&A Guides

Real questions from real parents. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Feel free to submit your own query!

Infant Development

A look into an infant’s developmental stages, including walking, pretending, and a baby’s ability to understand communication.

Infant Milestones

Walking, toddling, and sleeping alone. These are just a few of the things babies face as they grow older. Here’s how to best prepare them for their first steps towards independence.

Infant Parenthood

Parenting small children is tough, and often requires a support system. This is a reminder that date nights are good, it’s okay if the house is messy, and it’s important to get some time to yourself!

Infant Fun & Play

What adults see as playing is actually an elaborate act of brain development. Here we explore the invaluable act of laughing and pretending with your child.

Infant Health & Safety

Here we dive into common concerns for infants, as well as some lesser-known health hazards for babies.