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Take your Baby’s Temperature

If you suspect your baby feels warmer than usual you may need to check for fever. Always use a modern digital thermometer to take your child’s temperature. These are not only more accurate and easy to use, but also avoid the risk involved in older designs that use mercury. While the rectal temperature is the most accurate method for babies and ...read more

Teach your Baby to understand ‘No’

Your baby is thirty-three weeks old. If you find your baby plays difficult with you, he's probably testing limits to see how far you go before acceding to his demands. At such times, it's up to you to take charge; gently but firmly say 'no' to let him know that his behavior is unacceptable.

Pacifier Thermometer

The Pacifier Thermometer records your baby's temperature in a comfortable, non-invasive way. It beeps on completing reading and glows red if the temperature registers at 99.9 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. The Fever Alert feature makes it especially useful for taking your baby's temperature in the dark.  

Is it Abnormal or Harmful For Your Child to Eat Inedible Substances?

Pica is an eating disorder relating to the consumption of non-nutritive substances. It’s common for children to put all sorts of things, from clay and dirt, to crayons, in their mouths. Usually, all it takes is a basic amount of parental supervision and instruction to keep the growing child from consuming unsuitable substances. However, someti ...read more

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