• Vital Vaccinations

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    Keeping your baby safe and healthy from a very young age is an important part of good parenting. Vaccinations are available for the well-being of children. After you become familiar with the most important vaccinations recommended by doctors, you can schedule your baby to go and receive the shots. Receiving these vital vaccinations will help your baby live a healthy life. Image: © Dmitry Naumov / fotolia.com
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  • Typical Diseases

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    Childbirth and the frenzied whisking away of a newborn for testing immediately after it is born are often described by parents as beautifully chaotic experiences. When the results from these tests indicate the presence of a genetic disease or defect, however, nothing is more imperative than information and quality care. Most diseases, however, can be prevented or at least prepared for with early screenings and other preventive measures. Image: © RB-Pictures / fotolia.com
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For the first six months of life the infant should be breastfed to meet the baby’s nutritional requirements for optimal growth. www.baxtervaccines.com is your prime web destination for all things baby.

 

Infant Nutrition

Explore the science of infant nutrition and read how to ideally meet your baby’s nutritional requirements for optimal growth.

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Metabolism and Digestion

Learn about the anatomical differences between an infant’s and an adult’s gastrointestinal system and digestion.

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Physiological Specifics

Get inside scoop on all of the internal physiological changes and specifies at birth of your baby. Click here for more.

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Typical Diseases

Colds, diarrhea and fever – here you will learn everything you need to know in case that your baby suffers from a temporary illness.

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Vital Vaccinations

To read about crucial immunizations to protect your infant against serious illnesses such as hepatitis B and polio click here.

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Pregnancy

All about before, during and after pregnancy.

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