Baby is likely to have her first bout of acne before her teen years. Often, in the first weeks after birth, acne may suddenly emerge on baby’s checks, nose or forehead. You’ll see small red pimples with fluid-filled centers. Keep baby’s face cleansed with a warm cloth and simply wait it out. Acne typically clears in a few weeks. Get expert care if it seems to be getting worse or bother’s baby.
What’s New with Safe Infant Sleep? September is Baby Safety Month! Read the latest safe infant sleep recommendations are based on what experts have learned and are known risk-factors for sleep-related infant deaths.
Champions for Change: You’re Invited! Become a champion for change in maternal health--attend the Champion for Change 2018 Summit.
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Gain a Breast Pump & Supplies under the ACA Breast pumps are available for many expectant moms under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) through mom's health insurance company. Here's how to ask about what benefits may be available to you.