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Pathways Jun 18
Taking care of baby’s teeth goes beyond just brushing. Avoid kissing baby on the lips or sharing a spoon. RT
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Indiana Hospital Jun 11
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George W Citroner Jun 13
Dr Hisle-Gorman told me her study adds to the evidence against antacid use for infants “by finding that there also may be adverse effects on bone health, leading to an increased risk for fracture. ?
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MyBabysHeartbeatBear Jun 13
Experts are now understanding that babies learn to use their bodies best when there are no objects that interfere with the process - including shoes. Learn more about why your little one should go barefoot:
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Texas Society of Gastroenterology & Endoscopy Jun 12
Any of our TSGE members know the answer?
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BabyThrone Jun 13
A healthy gut is important for your child - 4 simple ways to boost your child’s gut health,
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MyBabysHeartbeatBear Jun 10
Experts are now saying that babies should learn to walk and run barefoot to aid balance and foot development. Learn more:
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Inova Health Jun 14
Introducing New Flavors to Babies via
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Kristen Fischer Jun 12
Spotlight on infant allergies--what parents should know. (Based on Kardashian kids, of course.)
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Aquanatal UK Jun 18
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Primo Passi Jun 18
The Primo Passi Finger Silicone Toothbrush gently cleanses teeth and softly massages gums. 👶 It helps to prevent decay and bacteria’s build-ups before and after the first tooth appears! 🙃 >> . . .
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Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center Jun 17
is one of the most natural actions a can share with her and it is healthy for both mother and child. Here are a few ways it can save lives and money.
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Bon Baby Jun 16
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Emma Clark 24h
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Rodco Baby Jun 16
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meraqi_co Jun 16
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Coco Dental Care Jun 13
If you are used to kissing a baby on the lips, or sharing a spoon or using your mouth to clean off a baby's pacifier, PLEASE DON'T DO IT ANYMORE
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Kenko1st Jun 11
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