Some newborns cry louder and longer than others—even when they’re not hungry, tired, or in need of a diaper change. Colic is often to blame for these tearful episodes.
Know the difference between normal crying and colic in babies—and what to do if it affects your baby (and you).
It's hard being a mom to a baby who is fussy and cries a lot. It's even harder when you don't know whether your baby's behavior is due to his temperament or a potential health issue.
Is your baby’s crying reason to call the pediatrician? Here’s what to know—and what to ask at a doctor’s visit.
It's common for babies to go through periods when they are irritable or cry for no apparent reason. If your baby is especially fussy, you may wonder if she has infant colic. Learn how to spot the signs and find solutions to help your colicky...
What percentage of infants experience colic? You might be surprised (and relieved that you’re not alone).