Group B streptococcus (also known as GBS, group B strep, or baby strep) is a common bacteria found in the vagina and rectum.
Infants and Diarrhea - Signs, Symptoms And What To Do
Diarrhea is defined as frequent, loose bowel movements. It can be dangerous because it can lead to dehydration. Signs and symptoms of dehydration include:
Infants and Cradle Cap - Signs, Symptoms And What To Do
Cradle cap is also known as: Infantile/Neonatal Seborrhoeic Dermatitis
Infants and Ear Infections - Signs, Symptoms And What To Do
Ear infections,also know as Otitis Media, are very common. They can be caused by viruses or bacteria.
Infants and Febrile Seizures - Signs, Symptoms And What To Do
Seizures associated with a fever typically occur in young children and usually are not dangerous for the child.
After Exposure to an Illness - Infants and Babies
After exposure to any illness, remember to sterilize pacifiers/bottles and clean all toys that child has come in contact with.
Infant Fevers And How To Treat Them
The American Academy of Pediatrics encourages parents to not look at a fever as an illness but as a child’s physiological defense system to invading bacteria and viruses. As the body temperature increases, bacteria and virus are not able to replicate.
Common Childhood and Baby Illnesses, Ailments, and Skin Conditions
Childhood is a time in which immature immune systems are developing and becoming stronger.
Infant Eczema: Signs, Symptoms and Preventing Flare-ups
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a common skin condition in infants and is considered an allerg
Preparing for Infant Poisoning
Call Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222. If your child is not breathing, call 911 immediately.