When it comes to newborn babies, which of the following is the most important?
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Breastfeeding is the most important thing for babies, especially those within the age of 28 days to 1 year, as it is at that time when the mortality rate in babies is the highest. Breastfeeding has a number of benefits, such as less number of cases of ear infections, meningitis, stomach virus and respiratory illness.
First dose of which of the following vaccine should be administered within the first two months of birth?
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Getting vaccinated with the correct dosage at the correct time is essential. Certain vaccines, in this regard, such as the DTaP vaccine (Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis vaccine) is administered within the first two months, Hepatitis B vaccine should be administered at birth and polio vaccine at the 2-month stage, etc. are absolutely mandatory.
Any vaccine can be administered to children
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Though most children can safely get a dosage of almost all kind of vaccinations, some vaccines need to be avoided. This includes children suffering from an illness at the time of a scheduled vaccination, children suffering from some dangerous allergy or those who have been afflicted by some allergy from previous vaccination.
Cloth diapers are an expensive investment
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It can't be denied that there's an initial investment in cloth diapers, but it definitely is not more than disposable diapers over the long run. You can always spend more on cloth diapers than disposable ones.
Regularly bathing an infant is not necessary
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Bathing your infant everyday is not necessary as most newborn babies aren't going to be crawling around in piles of dirt. Giving the baby a complete wipe down is usually enough in this regard.