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Babies & Toddlers

Autism: Studies Look at Babies and Toddlers for Earlier Diagnosis

Autism affects about 1 in every 110 children in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But studies are currently being conducted with younger children to see if and when certain behaviors may indicate the onset of autism. The earlier the disorder is diagnosed, the sooner treatment can begin.

The Nap-Resister: When Your Child Needs a Nap but Won’t Take One

Here are a few typical reasons kids won’t nap—and suggestions to solve each problem:

The Green Baby

Breastfeeding is the "greenest" choice we can make.

How to Form a Lasting Bond with Baby

Your bond with your child will change over the years, but its importance never fades. The key to bonding is simply to discover and enjoy your baby. Early bonding is a wonderful start to the long process of developing a trusting, loving, and lasting relationship.

Diaper Bag Essentials

When you get ready to take your baby for an outing, here’s what you’ll need in that all-important diaper bag.

When Crying Means Colic

What’s the difference between a fussy baby and one who has colic? Think in terms of threes.

Stroller Basics: What to Consider When Shopping for a Baby Stroller

Consider these scenarios when shopping for a baby stroller.

Saving Baby's Umbilical Cord Blood

Before your baby is born, think about what you’ll do with his umbilical cord blood.

Products to Keep Baby Safe

Products to keep baby safe: Exederm, Baby Zone, BabyGanics, Balboa Baby, KidCo, and Custom Hearth Coverings.

Babies Come in Pink, Blue, and Green!

Start now to make the world a healthier place for your children.

Tips for Picking Baby Bottles

Many moms who start off breastfeeding ponder baby bottle issues, as they have to return to work or need to spend several hours away from the baby.