Jaundice is a common condition that causes your baby’s skin to turn yellow. It normally develops on their face and in their eyes on day 2-3 of life. All babies are tested for jaundice prior to leaving the newborn nursery. Normally, jaundice peaks on day 4-5 of life and resolves within a few weeks. Jaundice … Continue reading “Jaundice”

The many shades of pinkeye
The many shades of pinkeye

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  • Pinkeye is usually not serious and requires little intervention except keeping the area comfortable and clean.
  • Antibiotics are not necessary—or even effective— for most cases.
  • Help prevent pinkeye spreading by practicing good hand hygiene and sanitizing objects that come into frequent contact with hands and faces.

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