When Time Away from Baby Can’t be Avoided …

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Nancy, I am so sorry to hear about your cancer. What a trying time this must be for you! You sound like a truly beautiful person. For over four months now (perhaps even longer) yo…

    Nibble Nursing
    Nibble Nursing

    Dr. Greene's Answer: The situation you are describing sounds very difficult. The fear of what life will be like after you have to go back to work is undoubtedly an added pressure. You are to be commen…

    Newborn Sounds

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Kare and Robert, your daughter is beautiful! Often newborns surprise their parents with the amount of noise they make when they breathe, particularly after eating. The cells which…

    Steps To Take Before Giving Up On Breast Feeding
    Steps To Take Before Giving Up On Breast Feeding

    Before you decide to give up nursing, I recommend that you try a few simple things that might make the situation much easier for both you and your baby. If these don't work, you can still decide to sw…

    Nursing: Considering Giving Up?

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Many new mothers feel the way you do. This is a time that most expectant parents have looked forward to with delight. We dream of a wonderful baby who will fill our lives with joy…

    Pregnancy and Group B Strep

    Dr. Greene's Answer: You are describing Group B Streptococcus, a major cause of infections in newborns. Being diagnosed as a carrier of this bacteria must have been quite concerning, particularly if t…

    Colic Will Not Last Forever!
    Colic Will Not Last Forever!

    Dr. Greene`s Answer: Colic can be very difficult. As your daughter's birth approached you probably experienced increasing anticipation and eagerness about the upcoming new beginning. The birth experie…

    What is Colic?

    Dr. Greene's Answer: When a baby's crying lasts longer than three hours a day, it is called colic. Almost all babies develop a fussy period. The timing varies, but it usually begins at about three wee…

    Minimizing the risk of SIDS

    Dr. Greene`s Answer: Everything dear to us causes pain. Becoming a parent opens up new landscapes within us: new hopes, fears, delights, and sorrows. There is no magic moment when you will stop worryi…