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Is it possible a portable heater could make my nursery a little too humid & warm, causing my babies to get sick more easily?
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What is the best way to clean an infant (1~12 month)? What I do now is take off her clothes first, then dip into a baby tub filled with warm water.
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Can I give my infant cold breastmilk from the fridge without warming it? He doesn't seem to have a problem with cold milk.
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My baby is two days old and he seems to be shivering and random times. I know that babies don't shiver to keep warm, should I be concerned?
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My infant, 19 months, has been limping almost to the point of not walking on her left foot. It's warm to the touch with slight swelling. Broken?
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I have a four day old baby, we are home now but he seems to be "shivering" is this normal? I know babies don't really shiver to keep warm.
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I noticed sudden rash on my sides spreading up my upper arms. No changes detergent. Was carrying infant b4 noticed. Rash is painful and itchy and warm?
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