Rachel Brown

Rachel Brown

Attending Neonatologist

Dr. Rachel Brown has been a neonatologist for 17 years, receiving her medical degree from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio in 2000. She completed her pediatric residency in 2003 at the University of Tennessee, LeBonheur Hospital in Memphis, TN, and her neonatology fellowship in 2006 from University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. Her research experience involved the use of telemedicine in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, necrotizing enterocolitis and platelets. She is currently an attending neonatologist in Asheville, NC.

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What to Do if Your Baby is Struggling to Poop: Baby Constipation Remedy

Baby Constipation Remedies: How To Help a Newborn Poop

Do you think your baby may be constipated? Learn the signs, causes, and how to relieve constipation in babies quickly!

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12 Signs of a High-Needs Baby and What You Can Do

Having a newborn is life-changing. Learn how to care for your high-needs baby and give them the attention and grace they need.

Is it Colic or Acid Reflux?

Does Your Baby Have Colic or Acid Reflux? Here’s the Difference

How can you tell if your newborn has colic vs. baby reflux? Learn about signs to watch for, common treatments, and more.

Understanding Baby's Milestones

Understanding Baby’s Milestones in the First Year

Become familiar with baby milestones for physical, language, social, and emotional skills your baby should acquire in their first year.

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How Your Baby’s Vision Works

Learn the vision development milestones for your newborn's eyes. Explore your baby's vision and recognize the joy of that first look.

Newborn Umbilical Cord Care

How To Care for a Newborn’s Umbilical Cord

Learn about umbilical cord care, including how to keep it clean, signs of an infected cord, and things to look out for after it detaches.

Safe Sleep: When Can Baby Sleep on his Tummy?

Should Babies Be Sleeping On Their Stomach?

Expert guidelines for safe sleep positions, including when it's safe for your baby to be sleeping on their stomachs.

7 Tips for Stopping Bedwetting

7 Tips for How to Help Your Child Stop Bedwetting

Understand the underlying causes of bedwetting, including genetics, immature bladder, and stress, and get tips to help stop bedwetting.