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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

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Always put your baby to sleep on their back on a firm, flat surface. Keep the crib free of loose bedding, pillows, and toys to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

Secure heavy furniture to walls, cover electrical outlets, install safety gates, keep small objects and toxic substances out of reach, and set your water heater to 120°F to prevent scalds.

Use a rear-facing car seat for as long as possible, at least until age 2. Make sure the car seat is properly installed and that the harness fits snugly.

Babies need several check-ups in their first year. Typically, visits are recommended at 1 month, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, and 12 months.

Regularly bathe your baby, clean their diaper area thoroughly, and wash their hands often. Begin oral care before the first tooth appears by wiping their gums with a clean, damp cloth.

Never leave your baby unattended near water, including bathtubs, pools, or buckets. Always keep a hand on your baby during bath time, and consider enrolling them in swim lessons as they get older.

Monitor key developmental milestones in areas like movement, speech, social skills, and cognitive abilities. Each child develops at their own pace, but if you have concerns, consult your pediatrician.

Most babies are ready to start solid foods around 6 months old. Look for signs like being able to sit up with support, showing interest in food, and the ability to move food to the throat from the front of the mouth.

Follow the recommended immunization schedule provided by your pediatrician, which typically includes vaccines for hepatitis B, rotavirus, DTaP, Hib, pneumococcal, polio, flu, and MMR among others.

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