With a multitude of information readily available online, more and more parents are using online search tools for answers related to their baby’s nutrition and feeding – because of this, new parents can feel overwhelmed and may not know who to turn to for advice. Here to help sort it all out, is award-winning pediatrician, media host, author and syndicated columnist, Dr. Susan Hubbard, also known as The Kid’s Doctor. You will learn
WHAT CAN PARENTS DO TO EASE BABY’S DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS?
HOW CAN PARENTS CREATE AND STICK TO A FEEDING ROUTINE?
HOW DO PARENTS SUPPLEMENT WITH OR INTRODUCE FORMULA? IS IT OK TO USE BOTH
WHEN AND HOW SHOULD PARENTS INTRODUCE THEIR BABIES TO A BOTTLE AND HOW DO THEY PICK THE RIGHT ONE?
THERE IS ALWAYS SOME CONFUSION ABOUT WHEN TO INTRODUCE SOLID FOODS. WHAT IS YOUR RECOMMENDATION ON WHEN AND HOW TO DO THIS?
HOW CAN PARENTS TELL IF BABY IS EATING ENOUGH?
Pediatrician, Dr. Susan J. Hubbard will be available to help guide parents through the first few months to first year of caring for your baby’s nutrition and feeding. She is an award-winning pediatrician, medical editor, media host and writes “The Kid’s Doctor” syndicated newspaper column (distributed by Tribune Media Services). With a national following, busy multimedia website and decades of experience, award-winning pediatrician Dr. Sue Hubbard is “The Kid’s Doctor.”
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