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WebMD Baby

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The new WebMD Baby app has quick access to trusted and physician-approved baby health and wellness information anytime, anywhere. Personalized for a baby’s specific age, the WebMD Baby app delivers timely physician-approved guidance, helping parents stay informed and one step ahead of their baby’s growth and development.
Featuring 400 articles, 598 tips, 70 videos, and 5 tools!

In baby’s first year, parents will receive:

  • 52 weekly featured multimedia content packages programmed for the baby’s first year.
  • 365 physician approved daily tips programmed every day.

In baby’s second year, parents will receive:

  • 12 monthly content packages programmed for the baby’s second year.
  • 84 tips programmed monthly during the baby’s second year.
WebMD Baby is also a personal baby book, allowing parents to organize and share baby’s memorable moments as they happen.
Seller: WebMD Health Corporation
Size: 12.0 MB
Released: Jan 04, 2012
Price: Free
Web: www.webmd.com

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One Comment

  1. Dannielle wrote:

    I really want this app! I have a newborn and 3 year old and would love this however I have an android. Why hasn’t WebMD come out with a version in the android market? It’s so frustrating to see all these apps but only for the iphone such as this and similac’s app as well. And no I will never own an iphone I know all about them and don’t particularly care for them.

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