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Dr Nancy Tan from SBCC Baby and Child Clinic shares with us some research on the the types of food to give to your baby and the recommended age for your baby to be weaned.
We spoke to Doris Seau, an educator in prenatal and postnatal care. Passionate and keen to share her knowledge with others, Doris shared about the benefits of baby massage and Tui Na.
Although it is very uncommon in toddlers, there are a small percentage of babies who are unable to digest lactose. The symptoms are similar as an adult’s symptoms.
Solid foods are meant to complement and not replace milk feeds before your baby's first birthday. Some signs that your baby is developmentally ready before starting solid foods are:
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