How Much Sleep Does My Newborn Baby Need?

How Much Sleep Does My Newborn Baby Need?

Even though it looks like all newborns do is eat, poop, cry and sleep, they’re actually doing a huge amount of growing and processing. Their brains are still physically developing, their bodies are growing (newborns double their birth weight by the time...
Talking To Your Kids About Coronavirus

Talking To Your Kids About Coronavirus

Once you have reliable, scientific information about the Coronavirus, you will be able to confidently talk to your kids about it. Your kids are looking to you and how you behave and react to understand what is going on and to figure out how they should act and react....
Why can’t babies drink water?

Why can’t babies drink water?

“Dr. Linda, why can’t babies drink water?” Up until 6 months of age, babies can’t drink water because their kidneys have not matured enough. They get all the fluids they need through breastmilk or formula. Young babies get all the water they...
Vitamin K For Newborns

Vitamin K For Newborns

Why is Vitamin K For Newborns So Important? At birth, most newborns have very low Vitamin K levels. These low levels can lead to serious, life-threatening bleeding in babies’ brains and intestinal tracts called Vitamin K Deficiency Bleeding. Bleeding in the...