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    Crying

    Crying

    What do we know about crying in the first three months of life?   Some babies cry more than others. All babies fuss and cry most in the late afternoon or early evening. All babies cry more in the first three months of life than later in development. Many studies have shown that during the

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    Colic and baby

    Colic and baby

    What exactly is colic?   Colic is a term used to describe uncontrollable crying in a healthy baby. Colic is common among newborn babies. It starts at about two to four weeks and is over by the time they are three or four months old. A baby with colic cries for more than three hours

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    Baby massage

    Baby massage

    Research has shown that massage can relax babies, improve their sleep patterns, and calm them when they are irritable. Infant massage should last around 15 minutes. Don’t worry if you have only five or ten minutes: even a short massage is good for your baby. Choose a warm, quiet room and play background music if

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    Routine health care for newborn babies

    Routine health care for newborn babies

    Your newborn baby will receive a considerable amount of health care immediately after birth and in the first few days of life. His skin will be patted dry to minimize any heat loss caused by evaporation of amniotic fluid. He will be kept warm and his temperature will be checked regularly.   Your newborn baby will