Division of Neonatology Resources
This resource will help you understand bilirubin and jaundice, which can cause your baby’s skin to turn yellow. Details include signs your child may have an elevated bilirubin level, phototherapy treatment and how long it will take for your child to recover.
Skin-to-skin care is a special way of holding your baby. It is also called kangaroo care. Learn about the benefits of skin-to-skin care, how it is done and when to participate while caring for your baby in the hospital.
This resource offers age-specific tips to help you establish healthy sleep habits for your baby from birth to 1 year old, and when to call your baby’s doctor.
For Parents and Caregivers
Read common questions parents have once they're able to hold their baby in intensive care.
These guided videos and audio recordings can help create a more peaceful and restful state of mind for parents, caregivers, and adolescent/young adult patients.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the few places in the world able to provide specialized care for bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) in infants.
Find comprehensive breastfeeding information, online forums and support groups, FAQs, conferences, an international online store, and more.