How to Keep Baby (and You!) Cold- and Flu-Free

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ByThe Bump Editors
Feb 2017
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Whether you’re pregnant or have a little one crawling around the house, beating colds and the flu is a whole new ball game. But don’t worry, mama — you and baby will both be on your way to a healthy recovery soon enough. From determining which meds are actually safe to knowing when it’s really time to call the doc, our experts dish on everything you and baby need to start feeling better faster.





   Q:   How Can I Help Baby Ward Off Colds?                                          

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   Q:  When Should I Give Baby Acetaminophen — and How Much Is Safe?                       


Plus, keep baby’s medicine cabinet up-to-date with our checklist. >> 

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