Breastfeeding vs. Formula Feeding
Burping Your Baby
Feeding Your 1- to 3-Month-Old
Formula Feeding FAQs: Getting Started
Formula Feeding FAQs: How Much and How Often
Formula Feeding FAQs: Preparation and Storage
Formula Feeding FAQs: Some Common Concerns
Formula Feeding FAQs: Starting Solids and Milk
Formula Feeding FAQs: Supplementing
Milk Allergy in Infants
Stopping the Bottle
Weaning Your Child
When Can Babies Begin Drinking Cow's Milk?
Breastfeeding FAQs: Getting Started
Breastfeeding FAQs: How Much and How Often
Breastfeeding FAQs: Out and About
Breastfeeding FAQs: Pain and Discomfort
Breastfeeding FAQs: Pumping
Breastfeeding FAQs: Safely Storing Breast Milk
Breastfeeding FAQs: Sleep - Yours and Your Baby's
Breastfeeding FAQs: Solids and Supplementing
Breastfeeding FAQs: Some Common Concerns
Breastfeeding FAQs: Supply and Demand
Breastfeeding FAQs: Your Eating and Drinking Habits
Feeding Your 1- to 2-Year-Old
Feeding Your 4- to 7-Month-Old
Feeding Your 8- to 12-Month-Old
Feeding Your Newborn
How Can I Overcome Breastfeeding Difficulties?
How Can I Tell if My Baby Is Constipated?
How Can I Wean My Reluctant 2-Year-Old?
I'm Breastfeeding. How Can I Lower My Baby's Food Allergy Risk?
Is Breastfeeding a Good Form of Birth Control?
Is it Safe to Breastfeed if I Have the Flu?
Pregnant or Breastfeeding? Nutrients You Need
When Can My Baby Start Eating Solid Foods?
Your Colicky Baby
Facebook Chat: Infants, Crying and Coping
Your Baby’s Emotional Health (Spanish) (PDF)
Your Baby’s Emotional Health: Tips for Parents (PDF)
Positional Plagiocephaly (Flat Head Syndrome) and Developmental Delay (2:00)
Matt Speltz, PhD, discusses study findings about how positional plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome) in young babies may be associated with some level of developmental delay, and provides helpful...cont.
Healthlink: Mom's Voice (3:06)
Seattle Children's neonatologist Dr. Isabella Knox explains how a mother's voice helps preemies thrive.
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Protect your kids from certain cancers and other diseases caused by human papillomavirus, or HPV. Get your girls and boys vaccinated when they are 11 or 12, or as soon as possible if they’re already 13 or older. The vaccine is a series of three doses. Be sure your child completes the whole series for the best protection. If you have questions...
Vaccine is the best way to prevent seasonal flu. Everyone 6 months of age and older should get the flu vaccine each year, whether it’s as a shot or as a nasal spray. Your healthcare provider can help you choose the right form. Get the vaccine for your family as soon as you are able, and be sure to ask anyone who takes care of your child to get the...