It's not an old lady thing—symptoms of perimenopause can begin as early as your mid- to late-30s. Try these doctor-approved survival tips.
For the most part, baby hiccups just happen, but there are a few things you can do to relieve the discomfort they may cause—and maybe even prevent them from happening.
Heat rash is very common in babies, but it can cause itchiness and discomfort. Here’s how to deal with the condition and prevent it from happening in the first place.
Toss the hats! Your baby’s crusty, scaly scalp is harmless, but it can also be hard on the eyes. Luckily, there are effective ways to treat cradle cap.
Restless leg syndrome is a common pregnancy complaint. Here’s what you should know about stopping that uncontrollable urge to move your legs.
Can you fuel up with food during labour? Or are you limited to ice chips and water? Here's what you need to know.
Whether it's a routine procedure or you're gearing up for a more prolonged stay, here's how to make your child's first hospital experience a positive one.
Many women turn to nipple shields when they're having breastfeeding problems, but it actually can cause more issues. Here's what you need to know before using one.
Not all babies bite during breastfeeding, but those who do are usually teething. Thankfully for your nipples, there are some tricks to stopping your baby from chomping down when he nurses.
Have you noticed a painful white, clear or yellow bump on your nipples? You likely have a milk blister or bleb. Here's how to treat it—and prevent more in the future.
Colostrum is the first milk you produce for your baby and it's pretty magical. Here is everything you need to know about colostrum including why you shouldn't panic if you don't make a lot of it.
Breastfeeding often delays the return of your period, but when Aunt Flo comes back, you may notice that it affects your milk supply. Here's what you can do.