Colicky babies given probiotics as part of a large study, cried or fussed more than babies who were given placebo drops.
Stefanie Nauderer is a non-vaccinating parent. She doesn't want to subject her daughters to the possible side-effects.
The list of foods Miss A reacts to has built slowly. She takes it in her stride, but comes out in an itchy, red rash.
Eight-month-old Santiago Mendoza is on an urgent diet - because he already weighs 20kg.
Kristin Cavallari won't vaccinate her kids - citing autism concerns - but is a little fuzzy on the science.
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Extended and intensive breastfeeding may lead to a higher risk of cavities in baby's first teeth, according to a new study.
Olive Neale was born with a skin condition so rare that doctors had never seen it before.
A baby born with the HIV virus may have been cured as a result of treatments begun just hours after birth.
If a white noise machine is kept at full volume in a room with a sleeping baby, it may harm the baby's hearing suggests a new study.
Doctors have removed a rare tumour that contained several fully grown teeth from a baby boy's brain.
Extensive vaccinations could have saved a baby dying from whooping cough, coroner says.
Measles could have been eradicated in NZ by now if it were not for anti-vaccine campaigners.
Babies born prematurely may benefit from being talked to while they are in intensive care suggests a new study.
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When Kira Walker was three weeks old, her paediatrician noticed a problem.
The Mizzi family spend Christmas at home after a year of hospital stays and appointments for 11-month old Ava who is battling Prader-Willi Syndrome.
Shorter, lighter and with fewer friends by adulthood - life ahead for a very low birth-weight baby.
Parents share their stories of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) and coping with having 'hip babies'.
Mother experiences "year from hell" trying to find out why her son couldn't eat or talk properly.
A newborn robot that can turn limp and even blue is helping train doctors and midwives.
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