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Why Do People Eats Baby Powder
Not recommended: Many children eat bits of dirt now and again. It is not recommended and most suffer no harm. There are some gems in dirt which can cause diarrheal illnesses and possibly some toxins in dirt. If your child eats a lot of dirt or eats it frequently, contact your doctor. Otherwise, wash his/her hands and distract him/her with another activity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why do babies sneeze a lot? My 3month old baby sneezes a lot she is not sick sea eats normal but she sneezes and coughs almost every day.
Air pollution: A newborn will react with cough and sneezing when any irritant triggers the response. This is commonly things as simple as a woman's perfume,fragrances from a plug in or freshly laundered linen, smoke, dust, etc.If you can smell it it can make baby sneeze.Regular rinsing of the nose with saline will help.Avoiding all the air pollutants can help a lot. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard white bumps on 3wk old babies gums... slightly uncomfortable when she eats gor both of us.. what is this?
Safe: It no longer has talc which used to lodge in the lungs, so today's products are safe if used in moderation. ...Read more
Depends: Most consider the yoke ok after 9 months and regular egg (scrambled, whites, whipped egg white like the meringue of a pie, etc.) ok after a year.There is apparent concern that early exposure of egg whites, especially in raw form, can lead to an egg allergy. Egg that is in products that have been changed by baking is not considered a problem. ...Read more
Interesting question: If your only reason for asking is just because you want your kid to be tall, then skip past what i say because it won't help you. If you're asking about food making an infant taller because you're interested in making the infant healthier, follow this link to livestrong: http://www.Livestrong.Com/article/69870-kids-grow-taller/. ...Read more
4 months: The new thought that has some testing behind it find that if you start feeding solid foods including eggs there is less change of allergy to eggs and other food allergies. As with all foods they should be introduced gradually over 5-6 days to see if the child reacts. I start my patients on cereals then vegetables and then fruits and finally meats. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Y here in canada they recommend to introduce food to babies at 6 months? Any everywhere else they start at 4 months? When should I start?
Food in infant: After 4 months of age it is safe to introduce all foods into an infant diet, but their are caveats. Only 1-2 new foods per week, and slowly at that to ensure no adverse reactions. Breast feeding is still recommended as 1st for first 4-6 months. If the child has eczema, there is a higher rate of food hypersensitivity. If unsure, speak with an allergist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Around 6 months: Short answer: when an infant has enough upper body control to indicate hunger and satiety, has doubled his birth weight, & can push the food from the spoon to his throat.However, the american academy of pediatrics recommends breastfeeding as the sole source of nutrition till about 6 months & continuing till 12 months. See "nutrition:what every parent needs to know" on www.Aap.Org. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Breast milk/formula: are all that is needed until infants are at least 4-6 months old. Early introduction of solids has been associated with food allergies and over feeding and obesity. Breast feeding protects against diarrhea illness Also, some high fiber foods may cause diarrhea, gas, cramps. After 6 months, milk may not provide enough iron for blood and muscle growth, so foods that contain iron are recommended. ...Read more
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