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Contents BabyIt Perineal Massage and Postpartum Comfort Gel Consider Omega-3 Supplementation for the Health of Your Baby Having a newborn can be a very exciting (albeit exhausting) time in your life, but it can also be scary to think about the potential… When babies are born, their eyes and brain are not yet fully developed.

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Having a newborn can be a very exciting (albeit exhausting) time in your life, but it can also be scary to think about the potential…

When babies are born, their eyes and brain are not yet fully developed. Their eyes and visual cortex continue to grow as the brain grows….

BabyIt Perineal Massage and Postpartum Comfort Gel

BabyIt Perineal Massage and Postpartum Comfort Gel, a 2-in-1 product for before and after childbirth If you are approaching your third trimester of pregnancy, be…

Perineal Massage During Pregnancy Helps Prevent Tearing During Delivery When it comes to perineal massage, this old saying definitely applies: An ounce of prevention is…

Are you experiencing the baby blues or postpartum depression? Discover the differences and steps to alleviate the challenges.

Placental encapsulation is the procedure of drying and crushing the placenta after birth, and then encapsulating it. Find out more about potential risks and benefits.

After delivery, you may want to consider getting a postpartum massage. There are many physical and emotional benefits associated with this practice.

Preventing the baby blues is something almost every expecting mother wants to do. Learn how to prevent the baby blues by ensuring your nutritional needs are met.

Consider Omega-3 Supplementation for the Health of Your Baby

Omega-3 fatty acids are the nutritious and essential fats found in fish. Learn about the importance of DHA for your baby’s health and how you can get enough of it.

Wondering if you or someone you know is suffering from a postpartum mood disorder? Find out how to identify various postpartum mood disorders.

Approximately 70-80% of all new mothers experience some negative feelings or mood swings after the birth of their child. Find out ways to identify and deal with baby blues.

It will take about 1-2 weeks for your baby’s umbilical cord stump to fall off. Learn precautions to take to avoid irritation and/or infection.

The weight of a newborn is often used as a marker of general health, so it is important to monitor. Learn how to determine if your baby is gaining weight properly.

Jaundice is normal in most newborns. However, sometimes jaundice will need to be treated. Learn about symptoms and treatment for this common condition.

The term “colic” is used to describe any baby that cries for an extended period of time. Learn about the facts, causes and treatment for colicky babies.

Babies cry for many reasons—this is because they don’t know how else to communicate what they need. Learn about helpful techniques to soothe your crying baby.

The first year of your baby’s life will mark many developmental milestones. Learn the categories of infant development and what to expect, month by month.

Changing your new baby’s diaper can seem overwhelming at first, but you will soon become an expert. Come learn how by getting step-by-step instructions.

The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life. Learn why the nutrients found in breastmilk are important.

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