Doctor eases concerns for new moms
BATON ROUGE - According to Dr. Mindy Calandro, a baby's sleep habits and diet are some of the major concerns for new mothers.
Dr. Calandro recommended that mother's feed their newborns every two to three hours, no matter what. In addition, she said babies can sleep up to 16 hours a day with most of their naps coming in short spurts.
Dr. Calandro is a pediatrician at The Baton Rouge Clinic.
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