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What to expect when you bring your baby home - podcast

Listen to Dianne Zalitis, midwife and Clinical Lead at Pregnancy, Birth and Baby, talk to Feed Play Love with Shevonne Hunt about what to expect when you bring your baby home.

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Balancing introducing solids with milk feeds

Find out how to get started with introducing solid foods and balancing milk feeds. Learn about the best foods to start with.

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How much food at 6 to 12 months?

When you start to introduce solids at around 6 months-old, your baby will discover new tastes and textures. This handy guide will get you started.

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Dental care for infants and toddlers

Baby dental care starts from their first tooth. Learn about the correct dental care for infants from bottle feeding to eating solid foods.

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Baby and Infant Death

Baby and Infant Death A neonatal death is when a baby is born alive but dies within the first 28 days of life

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Immunisation and your baby | Red Nose Australia

Immunisations and your baby - vaccinate baby to help prevent sudden infant death

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Pregnancy care for Aboriginal families - brochure - Maternal, child and family health

The Aboriginal Maternal and Infant Health Service (AMIHS) is a free community based maternity service that provides pregnancy and baby care for up to 8 weeks for Aboriginal families in NSW.

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Cluster feeding and fussing babies | Australian Breastfeeding Association

 The early to mid (or sometimes late!) evening is often a time of the day when our babies and young children can go from their previously placid, contented selves to crying, unhappy infants seemingly at the flick of a magic switch. It is not known exactly why babies have periods like this, but as so many have them, it may be important to their development.

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How to wrap a baby: illustrated guide | Raising Children Network

See how to wrap a baby in our illustrated, step-by-step guide. Wrapping can soothe some babies. It also reduces SUDI and SIDS risks. View, print or download.

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How to wrap a baby | Raising Children Network

See how to wrap a baby in this video. Wrapping can reduce SUDI and SIDS risk by keeping babies on their backs during sleep. It can also soothe babies.

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