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10 Things to Know About Newborns - Parents


Newborn babies also sleep a lot -- but not for long stretches. Those first three months are a free-for-all. Baby needs to eat every two to three hours, so you're not ...

Newborn Care: Feeding, Sleep & Development Tips | Parents


Get information on basic baby care, baths, burping, gas, jaundice, pediatricians, medicine, shaken baby syndrome and more from the editors of Parents ...

Baby Care Basics - Newborn Babies - Parents.com


Learn about bonding with your baby, calming a baby, establishing a schedule, tests for newborns, feeding and diapering, and more. Find out everything you ...

Assessments for Newborn Babies


Assessments for Newborn Babies. Each newborn baby is carefully checked at birth for signs of problems or complications. A complete physical assessment will  ...

How Well Can Newborn Babies See? - WebMD


Aug 4, 2016 ... Babies are born with a full visual capacity to see objects and colors. However, newborns cannot see very far -- only objects that are 8-15 inches ...

Newborn babies may be more developed than we think | Science ...


Dec 7, 2013 ... Angela Saini: Cognitive development research is still in its infancy, but it seems our tiny tots are a lot smarter than we once gave them credit for.

Fever in Newborn Babies - AboutKidsHealth


In newborn babies and young infants three months of age or under, fever is important as it may be the first and only sign of a serious infection. If you notice a  ...

Eye Concerns in Newborn Babies - AboutKidsHealth


Learn about a number of eye concerns that can arise in newborn babies. Uncoordinated eyes, crossed eyes and teary eyes are discussed.

Newborn Babies at Birth - AboutKidsHealth


Read about newborn babies at birth. Physical changes at birth, the physical exam at birth, and the first four weeks of life are discussed.