Sleep Apnea in Infants
Sleep apnea is a problem that affects 50-70 million US adults. But did you know that it can also affect infants?
Infant sleep apnea is a sleep-related breathing disorder. While a baby is sleeping they might pause before taking another breath. Read More
Specialty Baby Formula: Everything You Need to Know
When a baby is born with certain food allergies or with gastrointestinal problems, it can be very important for their health to find a formula that addresses these issues. These formulas are called specialty baby formula and were created to address issues such as food allergies, metabolic disorders, or premature birth weights. Read More
What to Do If Your Baby Has Colic
Colic is a word that no parent wants to hear. Listening to your beautiful newborn scream for hours on end is heartbreaking. It’s also not the introduction to parenthood anyone wants or expects. Read More
Tricare Baby Formula Coverage
Tricare is an insurance company that supports the military. Many members are not aware that Tricare offers baby formula coverage through insurance. For parents whose children need specialty formula, Tricare baby formula coverage may cover free baby formula through Tricare. Read More
Everything You Need to Know About Phenylketonuria (PKU)
Phenylketonuria (PKU) is an inherited disorder that increases the levels of phenylalanine in the blood. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, “Phenylalanine is a building block of proteins () that is obtained through the diet. Read More
For parents just hearing the words “Specialty Formula”, you may be wondering what this means, how it differs from other formulas, and why your baby needs it.
At Insurance Covered Baby Formula, we want to help you navigate your way through specialty formula and find the one that best suits your child’s needs. Read More
For parents of a new baby, everything can feel different and confusing. One of the biggest stressors for new parents (besides sleep, of course) is figuring out the right way to feed their child. For some, breastfeeding is the right answer, for others it’s formula. Read More