By Farzanna S. Haffizulla, MD, FACP
Prioritizing parenthood, life and work.
By Dr. Carol Cooper
Not every new mother is overjoyed with the arrival of baby – a look at banishing postpartum depression.
By Tamekia Reece
Choosing someone you can trust to help care for your newborn can make you feel uneasy and uncertain, even guilty. Here’s a rundown of popular childcare options to help make your selection somewhat easier.
By The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Be prepared to take your baby home.
By June Tester, MD, MPH
Be the best mom and dad you can be – but cut yourselves some slack! First-time parents bringing their newborns in for their first visit are a special group.
If your newborn is not a good sleeper, take heart. A good sleep routine will happen eventually.
By Centers for Disease and Prevention
You’re probably aware that any home may contain potential hazards for a child, but you can make your home healthier and safer with a bit of planning.
By Nancy W. Hall
Career: What better place than your place to balance business with baby?