Traveling with babies can bring on a lot of stress — not to mention unwanted judgmental stares and extra luggage. Add breastfeeding and pumping milk to the mix, and it’s no wonder many moms are left anxious and frazzled when rushing to catch a flight for a much-needed getaway. “The rules and regulations for packing […]
As the days become shorter, soon northeast Ohioans will welcome the fall harvest and festivities along with a new pollen season. Fall can be a beautiful time of the year when the weather finally cools from the humid and dry summer. However, the end of summer brings upon ragweed season which begins to pollinate in August and […]
You’ve probably heard of croup. It causes the telltale “barking” cough that mimics that of a seal and the high-pitched, squeaky noise when kids breathe. But if your child has ever come down with croup, which causes inflammation in the upper airways, it can be a scary experience. “At first, a child may have cold […]
What happens when ear tubes fall out or move? When should they fall out? What if there’s mucus, blood or other drainage and leakage issues?
Pumping can be one of the most challenging aspects of transitioning back to work after maternity leave. Whether you’re returning to the office or working from home due to COVID-19, lack of time, space or simply the equipment to do it can all hinder mom’s ability to transition smoothly to breastfeeding and maintaining a career. […]
The best way to keep babies safe while sleeping is to share the room — not the bed, chair or couch. It’s important for moms and dads to remember this but it’s also something that all your baby’s caregivers — babysitters, grandparents, aunts and older siblings — should know to prevent death due to unsafe […]