Published articles on baby health

by Christian Bates

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Should you let your baby cry it out?

Mid Sussex Times, December 2015

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Baby not sleeping?

Mid Sussex Times, December 2015

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Does Every Crying Baby Have Colic?

Mid Sussex Times, 2015

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Does Colic Even Exist?

Mid Sussex Times, 2015

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New Mums Have The Worst Diets!

Mid Sussex Times, 2015

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Does Your Baby Hate Laying On It’s Back?

Mid Sussex Times, 2015

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Are You Stuggling With Breast Feeding?

Mid Sussex Times, 2015

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Does Your Baby Love Sucking A Dummy?

Mid Sussex Times, 2015

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Question: At the time of giving birth to my new baby I had to have antibiotics for a high temperature. I was told that the antibiotics wouldn't pass to my baby through my breast milk but I am unsure as he seems very colicky, irritable and upset with his digestion. I thought colic didn't start until around 3 weeks and he is only 1 week old?

Inspired Wellbeing, 2015 (Available at WH Smiths)

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Calming Colic - How to help the 10 causes of colic.

The Green Parent

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Why are babies upset in the evenings?

Mid Sussex Times, January, 2016

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Why colic is only going to increase

Inspired Wellbeing, January, 2016

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Did you and your baby have a stressful delivery?

Mid Sussex Times , January, 2016

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Is your baby a “little frog” or a “little Meerkat”?

Inspired Wellbeing, May, 2016

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Feeding and sleep rountine

Mid Sussex Times, April, 2016

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Important tips if your baby was premature

Mid Sussex Times, April, 2016

The 90 page Calming Colic book is available to purchase as paperback or download.

Watch a video on the top causes of your baby being colicky, upset, crying and not sleeping by clicking below.

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Disclaimer: Osteopaths are not allowed to say they can “treat” specific baby conditions, such as colic because no paid for research has been done showing it can help. What we actually have is 1000’s of parents spreading the word that their baby has benefitted in some way. Cranial sacral treatment looks at the baby as a whole, not as treating a “colic baby” or “reflux baby” anyway. Having said this probiotics have scientifically been studied to ease colic, so in this instance it would be allowed to say that probiotics help colic. Probiotics are used very often within the holistic approach to helping babies.

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