New Mom & Beyond

Safe Teething for Your Infant

There are a few medications to watch out for when trying to ease your baby’s discomfort during teething.

Beware the Baby Blues

Adding a new baby to the family is a reason for celebration, yet many new mothers struggle with a range of emotions during this time of life.

New Mom, New You

Pregnancy and motherhood can be among the happiest times in a woman’s life. But learning how to balance physical and emotional changes while trying to get back in shape and maintain a healthy post-baby weight can be challenging.

Stuff(y) to Worry About?

While parents of newborns may have a lot to worry about, a stuffy nose is probably not one of the serious concerns.

Shedding Light on Preventing Infant Brain Damage

Jaundice is a common problem for infants, but the risk of brain damage that it brings is easy to avoid.

Moms-to-Be: Take Care of Your Skin

As summer approaches, women who are pregnant may become especially uncomfortable, experiencing itching and heat rash. Read on to learn a few tricks to soothe your skin.

Dental Tips for Infant Teeth

We all know the importance of keeping our teeth and gums healthy, but what do you know about your baby’s oral care?

Get Well Soon, Baby!

Your baby is coughing and unable to sleep, but cough medicines aren’t recommended for babies younger than age 2. What can you do?

Bonding With Your Baby

Ideally, the moment a child enters the world, her parents will feel a flush of warm feelings—a bond that will help them all make it through those challenging first few weeks of parenthood.

A Need-to-Know Guide to Baby’s First Vaccines

Vaccinations can be stressful for babies—and even harder on new parents. Get the scoop about what to expect before, during and after these visits with the doctor.

Our nurses can answer your questions, from breastfeeding and bathing, to why your baby cries. For more information, visit DeKalbRegional.com.

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