From the moment they're born, infants hone their senses by interacting with the world around them. From mealtime to bath time, here are some simple ideas for how you can better engage your baby's senses right at home.
Routine massage has been scientifically proven to bolster development, improve sleep and lower stress levels in infants. And with these easy, expert-approved techniques, you can start to reap the benefits ... tonight.
The clinic I visited in Malawi was busy, teeming with people. Lucy was a midwife on duty, caring for the dozens of women who came through every day for antenatal appointments and to give birth. Her colleagues and the people she cared for had high praise for Lucy, describing her as motivated, and as an excellent clinician.
Midwives know better than anyone that good health comes first, and everything else follows. Every day, in settings from the busiest city to the last mile, midwives are fearlessly first on the front lines, providing round-the-clock care to ensure women experience pregnancy and childbirth safely, and newborns have a healthy start at life.
Cold temps and dry air can wreak havoc on already stressed skin. For those with certain inflammatory skin diseases, Lloyd S. Miller, M.D., Ph.D., says following a personalized treatment plan is the key to finding more comfort this season.
Most people know about side effects, like hair loss, that can accompany cancer treatment. But chemotherapy can also impact your skin. Oncodermatologists and Johnson & Johnson scientists looked into how to care for such skin—leading to a new science-backed line of cleansers, moisturizers and balms designed with cancer patients in mind.
Have you been putting off medical care this year out of concern about COVID-19? We asked a triple board-certified physician to share his best advice—and info about a new digital resource called My Health Can't Wait—for how to ensure you aren't putting your health at risk by waiting to schedule healthcare visits.