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Most injuries to babies do not occur by chance - many are predictable and largely preventable.
Detailing on baby bathing from Royal Women's Hospital
Detail on baby skin care from Royal Women's Hospital
Information about the Victorian government's baby bundle program.
Some children are unsettled the first few nights in a 'big bed'. Try to be patient, loving and reassuring.
Be guided by your baby and let them set the pace when weaning and introducing solid foods.
Pregnancy is calculated from the first day of your last period, not from the date of conception.
Even if your baby furniture meets every safety standard and recommendation, your child still needs close supervision.
Back pain is common. Some people will develop back pain that is persistent (lasts more than three months). There are many things that you can do to live well with back pain.
Children with back pain may grow into adults with chronic bad backs, so it is important to encourage sensible back care.