There is a lot to learn during baby’s first year when it comes to keeping your child healthy and safe. There are regular doctor appointments, learning your baby’s feeding and sleeping patterns and things you should do to make your home a safe place for baby. We have provided some tips, information and resources to help you keep your infant healthy and safe.
From newborn to baby's first birthday, there are things that you can do to help your baby's oral health. This infographic shares information for each oral health milestone of your child's first year.
Breastfeeding is the natural way to feed your baby, but it can be challenging. Womanshealth.org is a good resource if you need help.
Starting good nutrition practices early can help children develop healthy dietary patterns. Get information and practical strategies on healthy foods and drinks for infants.
Find positive things you can do as a parent broken out for every age group – in English and Spanish from the Center for Disease control
Crying is natural and useful for babies. It’s how they let you know if they’re hungry or uncomfortable, among other things. Healthychildren.org has tips and advice if you’re having trouble with your child crying