The Doctors show you how to work your way out of awkward health situations.
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If you’re on a plane and the person next to you is coughing and sneezing, what would you do? Stick it out? Or ask to switch seats?
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Maggie, 31, says whenever she takes her 3-month-old daughter, Natalie, out to run errands, she decides to go number 2 in her diaper. Maggie asks Dr. Sears if it’s best to change Natalie's diaper right then and there or wait until she gets home.
“You should change them [immediately],” Dr. Sears says. “You never want to let a baby sit in a dirty diaper like that.”
Be prepared at all times with diaper bag must-haves.
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