Everything You Should Know about Baby Bedding

Good sleeping behavior is vital for your family’s physical and emotional fitness. Due to the current education system, school-aged children usually sleep for 9.5 hours, which is less than the recommended 10-11 hours. An essential part of enhancing healthy sleeping habits is the sleep environment, where your child sleeps, the type of crib or bedding, and so on, which is why you -- like so many others -- may wonder how to protect your mattress.

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5 Things To Bring To College To Make Your Dorm More Comfortable

Back to school season is here, but college is a whole different ballgame. Not only do you need to get your textbooks and school supplies, but you also need to prep your dorm for your arrival.

No one feels productive when they're studying in a room that resembles a closet more than it does a home. That said, here are a few things to bring with you to college to make your dorm as comfortable as possible this year.

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The 5 Most Common Skin Conditions for Babies and How To Deal With Them

us.bsensible.comBeing a new parent can be scary. There are so many things out there to help new parents know how to care for their children, but sometimes there are conflicting ideas on parenting. The last thing a new parent, or any parent, wants to do is put their child in harm's way.

Skin issues can sometimes be one of the scariest things for new parents to see in their children. Although this is true, skin problems can be very common for babies. Here are the top five most common skin conditions for babies, according to

Intertrigo is a rash that appears mostly around the baby's skin folds, like the neck and legs. It is especially predominant in chubby children under 6 months old. It can be caused by excessive drool and spit-up, bringing moisture that collects in your baby's creases, which don't get any air.

Prickly Heat
This is also known as miliaria, and is commonly found on the face, neck, back, or buttox on a baby. These tiny red bumps are caused by anything that will make your baby overheat. Examples of this are tight, unbreathable fabrics or long, hot car rides. 

Seborrhea is a rash that can appear on the head, eyebrows, the neck, cheeks, chest, or behind the ears of a baby. It's most common in babies under 6 months of age. No one knows what causes this yellow, flake-like rash. 

This is a rash that can appear on pretty much any area of the babies skin, and it also appears in adults. Eczema can be caused by any number of things. Hot weather, cold weather, soaps, clothing (especially wool), can all spark an outbreak.

Contact Dermatitis
This rash solely comes from something your baby touches, like anything from soaps and detergents to grass and other plants. Sometimes new, unwashed clothes can cause this type of rash as well.

Hypoallergenic Sheets
Because of the many skin problems that can blemish your baby's otherwise perfect skin, many parents are using hypoallergenic sheets in the nursery. Allergens are everywhere in your home, and they are the likely cause of several of the child's skins conditions laid out above. Hypoallergenic sheets are much less likely to irritate your child's skin because they are able to lock out many of the allergens that are floating around your home. 

Hypoallergenic kids fitted sheets are also soft, so you don't have to sacrifice one comfort for another. If you want an old-school soft and light bedsheet for your child, then go with a 400 thread count sheet. If you're looking for soft but dense baby crib sheets, then you should go with an 800 thread count, but if you want the best available option for your baby you can upgrade to BSensible sheets and rest assured that you didn't cut corners on your baby's comfort and health.

If you're a new parent and have concerns about your baby's comfort, it's a safe bet to put your baby in hypoallergenic sheets.