Premature babies are usually born with low birth weight. While in the hospital, they also tend to have more feeding challenges than full term babies, and generally need to eat more frequently. If you decide to formula feed, talk to your baby’s doc...Learn more

 If your baby seems to be spitting up excessively, ask your baby's doctor about thickened formulas created to help reduce spit up.

Also, try these simple hints:

  • Make each feeding as relaxed as possible for...Learn more

Enfamil A+® and Enfamil® are both cow’s milk based, iron-fortified infant formulas for feeding babies from birth to 12 mo...Learn more

Yes, babies should not have honey until their first birthday. Honey can cause botulism, a serious type of food poisoning.

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Your newborn may drink anywhere from 2-3 fluid ounces of formula about every three hours. In general, your baby will take in what he needs to meet his body's demands. So don't be too concerned about fixed amounts. Instead, feed him when he's hungr...Learn more

Most babies are ready for solid foods when they're around 6 months old. Until then, your baby will get all the nutrients he needs from breast milk or infant formula.

At the 6-month mark, look for these food-ready signs:
 • He ca...Learn more

 Yes. You need some, but too much can be toxic. The Institute of Medicine recommends that you get 770 µg of vitamin A per day while pregnant. More than 3000 µg per day while pregnant can increase the risk of birth defects. But rest assured that yo...Learn more


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