What age is an infant no longer an infant?

Answer Upon reaching the age of one or beginning to walk, infants are referred to as "toddlers" (generally 12-36 months).

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Can polio immunisation in a prematurely born infant cause the infant to be unable to walk?

If you believe your spouse is a sociopath and you have an infant together and a pending divorce should you fight for sole custody of the infant child?

Answer If you feel your child is in danger than I would say yes but if you feel he is a sociopath than maybe you might want to consider consulting your question towards a professional who could te... Read More »

As an infant receives her first dose of oral polio vaccine the nurse explains to her parents that the vaccine is a preparation of weakened virus What type of immunity will the infant develop?

The infant will develop artificially acquired active immunity

Your wife is pregnant your infant is bpd 96mm fl 66mm is it too short of fl is there any problem with your infant?