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The role of the Registered Nurse or Newborn Care Provider is to feed, soothe, bathe, change & provide all other gentle care to baby through the night.

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Cradle Cap, Eczema, and Infant Acne Explained

What are common newborn care skin conditions; cradle cap, eczema and infant acne and how can they be treated? This blog Cradle Cap, Eczema, and Infant Acne Explained can help. Cradle Cap, Eczema, and Infant Acne Explained What is Cradle Cap?         Cradle cap is scales and redness on a baby’s scalp. […]

Repaying Sleep Debt as a New Parent

What is Sleep Debt? Sleep debt is defined as the difference between the amount of sleep you should be getting and the amount you actually get. Parents of newborns realize that sleep deprivation is something that comes with the territory but every time you miss out on sleep, you add to the debt. Over time […]

7 Power Breakfasts for New Parents

Everyone has a favorite dinner they like to bring new parents when baby is born, but what about breakfast? Here are 7 Power Breakfasts for New Parents, packed with nutrients to bring to brand new families for the most important meal of the day. Coffee First things first: coffee! It’s no secret that caffeine is […]

Public vs Private Cord Blood Banking: What’s the Difference?

updated March 1, 2022 – Public and private cord banks serve very different purposes. Learn which would be more beneficial to you and your family in Public vs Private Cord Blood Banking: What’s the Difference? Where should you bank your baby’s cord blood? After the birth of a baby, the umbilical cord and placenta are typically discarded as […]

Creating an Environmentally Healthy Home

All children need a safe and healthy home.  Children spend around 90% of their time indoors, and most of that in their bedrooms.  The relationship between the home environment and human health has been well established.  Babies and children are particularly susceptible to environmental toxins in the home and the impact that these toxins have […]