Children

Nicole Hutson - Nurse Practitioner | DNP, APRN, CPNP | BIO

University of South Alabama College of Nursing | Doctor of Nursing Practice | 2012 University of South Alabama College of Nursing | Master of Science in Nursing | 2004 Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences | Bachelor of Science in Nursing | 2000 University of Louisiana at Monroe | Nursing: Undergraduate Student | 1995-1996

Dr. Michael Artigues, M.D. | BIO

Dr. Christopher Charles, M.D. | BIO

Dr. Antoinette Hubble, M.D. | BIO

Kim Pope - Nurse Practitioner

Dr. Leslie Mason, M.D.

Dr. Erika Tanner, M.D.

Continued Coverage

Fever

Bowel and Bladder

Setting a Schedule

Rashes

Your Child and Daycare

The Snurgles and Congestion

SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome)

Sudden infant death syndrome (crib death) is the leading cause of death in children under the age of 12 months.

Caring for Yourself

Many mothers suffer from post-partum depression, better known as the blues. If you've been afflicted just know that it will pass with time. Protecting your baby from infections does not mean you have

Feeding, Newborn to 6 Months

Your newborn baby is growing!  At this age, a baby only needs breast milk or infant formula... Here are some tips for healthy feeding now and in the months to come.

About Dr. Geraldine Chaney

Geraldine B. Chaney, MD Medical/Professional Education University of Mississippi Medical School, Graduated 1977 Internships HIP UMC - Children's Hospital Pediatrics - PLI Specialty - Pediatrics

Normal Development, 2 Weeks Old

Normal Development in Newborns

Infections

Your Baby's Appearance: Facial

Your Baby's Appearance: Body & Skin

Safety Tip: Car Seats

Safety Tip: Bed and Sleeping

Remember the importance of the back sleep position and to continue to protect your baby from cigarette smoke exposures. Remember, the safest places of a baby to sleep are in a crib or bassinet. Use

Behavior

Some findings in newborns that concern parents are not signs of illness. Most of the following harmless reflexes are due to an immature nervous system and will disappear in 2 or 3 months: Chin trembling Lower