Nurturing Tips

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  • Breastfeeding and the Working Mom

    Breastfeeding after returning to your career can be a challenge. It’s important to remember that it's an accomplishment you can be proud of! The advice below will help to guide you through the process.

  • What Every Parent Should Know About Cord Clamping & Cord Blood Banking

    Stem cells are like master keys, unlocking different paths of development. Throughout your pregnancy, they have been making the marvels of development possible.

  • To Wean or not to Wean, that is the Question:

    Children can become quite attached to their fingers, thumbs, pacifiers, bottles, blankets, and stuffed animals, especially since they provide a source of comfort for babies. 

  • Feeding Guide for Baby’s First Year

    One of the most common types of questions I receive as a pediatrician and on my site, DrGreene.com, is whether a baby is eating too much or too little.

  • 3 Tips for How the Whole Family Can Cope with Colic

    Almost all babies go through a fussy period. But, when crying lasts for about three hours or more each day and is not related to a medical problem, it is called colic and it can be very distressing for babies, their parents and siblings, too.

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Dr. Greene

Dr. Greene is a practicing pediatrician, author, speaker, children’s health advocate, and father of four.

Dr. Levine

Dr. Alanna Levine is a New York based pediatrician and a mom of two children.

Most colic solutions help in about one third of babies, but it’s hard to predict which babies will benefit. Combining remedies is often the most helpful.
- Dr. Greene