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Those itchy red blotches on your baby’s skin are called baby rash. They could be heat rash, drool rash, or nappy rash.

A rash is defined as any red eruption of the skin. Though it starts out itchy, it can quickly turn painful and bloody if not immediately taken care of.

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Fever is not an illness in itself, but it is a symptom that the body is busy fighting off an infection. It can be quite concerning for parents when their newborn baby is warmer to the touch than usual. How should parents deal with their newborn baby’s fever?

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Jaundice. It sounds like a scary medical term, even more so when you later realise that nearly 50% of full-term babies and 80% of premature babies get jaundice since 2-4 hours old. So, what exactly is it?

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Does your baby get extremely fussy and restless every night? It could be due to gassiness, also known as bloating.

Trapped gas in your baby’s stomach causes a hard, bloated tummy that causes discomfort.

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