Colic in Babies, Every Parents Nightmare

By Miranda Castro FSHom The constant crying of a colicky baby is heart-rending. It comes at a particularly bad time, when expectations for enjoying a newborn are cruelly dashed. It can make a new parent feel distressed and ineffective if nothing seems to help. It is also exhausting for those parents who find themselves walking … Read more

Cooling Down Prickly Heat

by Karla Davis Your three-month-old baby awakens from her afternoon nap. You pick her up and discover her sweat soaked hair. Upon further investigation you notice a patch of red bumps, located behind your baby’s neck and underneath the collar. What is this mysterious rash? Prickly heat. Because blocked or swollen sweat glands produce these … Read more

Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Oral hygiene is one of the most important areas in which you can help your child develop good habits. Part of good oral hygiene, of course, is regular dental visits. Regular visits to the dentist are important for checkups on your child’s teeth, as well as for cleanings. The start of a regular regimen According … Read more