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Tongue Tie In Babies: What You Need To Know

Tongue Tie In Babies: What You Need To Know Tongue-tie, also called ankyloglossia is common, affecting nearly 5% of all newborns. However, it is three times more common among baby boys. It can affect both breastfeeding and bottle-feeding in babies. Read on to find out exactly what it is, signs and symptoms of tongue tie and possible treatments.

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How Can The Babocush Comfort Cushion Help My Newborn Baby?

How Can The Babocush Comfort Cushion Help My Newborn Baby? The babocush comfort cushion has many benefits for newborn babies aged 0-6 months. The cushion was designed by a mom whose baby would not settle anywhere - not his bouncer, his cot or even his car seat! The only place he was settled and content was on her chest. So the babocush comfort cushion was designed to replicate just that. It even includes gentle vibrations and a heartbeat sound! Read on to find out how the babocush comfort cushion can help you and your baby.

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Best Sleeping Positions For Gassy Babies

Best Sleeping Positions For Gassy Babies

Gas problems are typical in babies whose digestive systems are still developing. If your new born is having difficulties sleeping due to gas pains, you may be wondering if there are any unique sleeping positions that can help calm or prevent a disturbed stomach.

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5 Tips To Help Your Colicky Baby Sleep

5 Tips To Help Your Colicky Baby Sleep Pretty much all new parents will experience the torture of sleep deprivation! In general, babies cry a lot and it's unlikely that you were surprised by this when you welcomed your new baby into the world. Sleep may seem like a distant dream for quite a few months when you have a colicky baby. 

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Does My Baby Have Silent Reflux?

Does My Baby Have Silent Reflux?

Silent reflux, also called laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR), is a type of reflux in which the contents of the stomach flow back into the larynx (the voice box), back of the throat and nasal passages. The term "silent" comes into play as the reflux is not necessarily causing any visible symptoms.

Reflux is common in babies as young as a few weeks old. If it persists beyond a year or causes negative side effects for your child, treatment may be recommended by your paediatrician.

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