Chlorine can be helpful in preventing the spread of germs. But too much chlorine exposure can also be harmful to your child’s skin.
Concussions are serious injuries and must be treated appropriately to decrease the risk of long-term effects.
Believe it or not, your baby is starting to bond with you right from birth, and those early months are full of real-time evidence that your baby is developing a strong attachment and actually learning to love you. In this episode, Jennifer Schreiber, MD, a pediatrician from the Children's Wisconsin Bluemound Pediatrics primary care office, shares ways your baby shows attachment and love, from first smiles to separation anxiety. You'll also hear from Becky Verdin, a Children's Wisconsin child and family therapist, about what to do if your baby ISN’T showing some of those signs, and other ways you can help bond with your baby through the first year and beyond.
The Healthy Baby, Happy Parent podcast from Children's Wisconsin is available to listen to below and wherever you get your podcasts.
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