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  • Vomiting (Baby on Formula)

    Causes of and care advice on vomiting in formula-fed babies.

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  • Vulvitis from Soap

    Irritation of the vulva (external genitals) from soap or other irritants. Mainly occurs in young girls before school age.

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  • Wart - Plantar

    A wart on the bottom of the foot (plantar surface). Viral infection of the skin.

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  • Warts

    Warts are small raised growths that have a rough surface. Viral infection of the skin.

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  • Weaning From the Bottle - 12 Months or Older

    You want to stop bottle feeding, but your child resists. Here are some tips to help.

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  • Weaning From the Bottle - Before 12 Months

    Weaning is the replacement of bottle feedings with drinking from a cup. It means an end to nipple feedings. Here are some tips to help.

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  • Weaning From the Breast - 12 Months or Older

    You want to stop breastfeeding, but your child resists. Your child may not want to stop breastfeeding, especially as they get older. Here are some tips to help.

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  • Weaning From the Breast - Before 12 Months

    Weaning is the replacement of feedings from the breast with drinking from a cup or bottle. It means an end to feeding at the breast. Weaning usually occurs easily and smoothly. Here are some tips to help.

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  • Whining and Pestering

    Whining is a verbal temper tantrum. Compared to screaming tantrums, it’s a step up the developmental ladder. Some examples of whining behavior are: A child who won’t take No for an answer. He keeps repeating his demand for something you’ve told him he can’t have or do.

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  • Wound Infection

    A break in the skin (a wound) shows signs of infection. Signs of infection include pus, spreading redness, increased pain or swelling, and fever.

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