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This section contains various documents related to new-born health.
Do you always put baby on his back to sleep?
Since the 1990s, experts recommend that young babies always be laid to sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of choking and sudden infant death. This approach has reduced the number of deaths by almost 50%. It was thought that the habit was well established, but a new study shows that it is probably necessary to repeat the message!
Bathing a newborn
What is phenylketonuria?
Are you familiar with Rett syndrome?
Babies should sleep in their crib to reduce the risk of sudden death
Some pharmaceutical advice for new moms
Babies are being fed solid foods too soon!
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