Jamie Hutton, MD

Pediatrics

Pediatrics

Harrisonburg, VA, USA

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Pediatrician board certified by American Board of Pediatrics. Founder of Mountain Ridge Pediatrics. Special interests in breastfeeding medicine and pediatric and maternal mental health. Mother of 3.

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  • American Board of Pediatrics

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Jamie Hutton, MD

1 month ago

Blog

What is jaundice?

Why is my baby yellow?  How do I make it go away?  Is it going to hurt my baby? These are all common questions for new parents.  Almost all newborns have jaundice to some degree. ...

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Jamie Hutton, MD

1 month ago

Blog

Why does my newborn have dry skin?

What’s up with my newborn’s dry skin? Newborns skin will often become flaky and peel for the first couple of weeks after birth.  In utero babies are covered in various fluids including amniotic fluid, blood,...

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Jamie Hutton, MD

3 months ago

Blog

Why does my baby have acne?

Neonatal Acne Neonatal acne is very common.  It is not harmful for the baby.  It is most common anywhere from 2-6 weeks of age of the infant.  It looks like small superficial pustules most commonly...

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Jamie Hutton, MD

3 months ago

Blog

Can I hold my baby too much?

Holding Your Baby Some may say you are spoiling your baby if you hold them too much.  However, babies need to be held.  Studies show that kangaroo care (where the baby is in just a...

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Jamie Hutton, MD

1 month ago

Blog

What is jaundice?

Why is my baby yellow?  How do I make it go away?  Is it going to hurt my baby? These are all common questions for new parents.  Almost all newborns have jaundice to some degree. ...

Read Blog
Jamie Hutton, MD

1 month ago

Blog

Why does my newborn have dry skin?

What’s up with my newborn’s dry skin? Newborns skin will often become flaky and peel for the first couple of weeks after birth.  In utero babies are covered in various fluids including amniotic fluid, blood,...

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Jamie Hutton, MD

3 months ago

Blog

Why does my baby have acne?

Neonatal Acne Neonatal acne is very common.  It is not harmful for the baby.  It is most common anywhere from 2-6 weeks of age of the infant.  It looks like small superficial pustules most commonly...

Read Blog
Jamie Hutton, MD

3 months ago

Blog

Can I hold my baby too much?

Holding Your Baby Some may say you are spoiling your baby if you hold them too much.  However, babies need to be held.  Studies show that kangaroo care (where the baby is in just a...

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