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Teething is typically one of the least fun aspects of parenthood. One child might not have any symptoms or adverse effects from teething and your other child might turn into a tiny little monster in the days and weeks leading up to a new tooth breaking through. It’s the unfortunate

Most babies get their first tooth at the age of 6 months, but your baby’s first tooth may appear as early as 3 months and as late as 14 months. It depends on the factors as when mother and father started sprouting teeth, and whether or not your baby is

There was a time when celiac disease – an immune reaction to eating gluten – was believed to be a rare childhood syndrome, but now it’s known as a common genetic disorder all over the world. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), over 2 million people have been

Your pregnancy is considered high risk pregnancy, if your baby has an increased risk of a health problem such as slowed growth, preeclampsia, preterm labor, and problems with the placenta. There are many things that can put you on high risk, so it’s important for you to get special attention

Women expecting twins may experience a varied range of symptoms, just like women with singleton do. But there are some extra clues that can indicate you have more than one bun in your oven. The main difference between the symptoms of a singleton pregnancy and a twin pregnancy is usually