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How to Swaddle a Newborn Baby

Newborns have an innate need to feel secure, and swaddling can help to achieve this. Swaddling is especially comforting for your baby as she tries to sleep, since it feels similar being in the womb. Preventing the baby from moving too much…

How to Deal With Cradle Cap

Cradle cap, or infantile seborrheic dermatitis, is a form of dandruff that sometimes plagues newborns. Although cradle cap is not harmful to your baby, it can leave behind scales and crusty patches that appear either white or yellow in…

Doberman Pinscher Health Guide

The Doberman is a very recognizable dog. Unfortunately, many people have a false sense of this particular breed. Originally bred in the 1800s as a guard dog and watchdog, the Doberman Pinscher is actually a very likable, friendly animal and…

How to Swaddle a Newborn

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Public Health Association have both spoken out about how dangerous swaddling your baby can be. According to Dr. Harvey Karp, author of "The Happiest Baby on the Block," it's only unsafe…

Doberman Pinscher Training Guide

This breed is known as extremely intelligent and since the Doberman Pinscher was bred to be a guard dog and watchdog, extra protection training may not be necessary. A key to having a enjoyable experience with your Doberman is buying a…

How to Wash an Infant

Newborns should only receive sponge baths until their umbilical cords fall off, which typically takes around two weeks. After that, it is perfectly safe to wash your infant in baby tub. Your baby's skin is delicate, so you'll need to take…