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Is screen time actually bad for your kids?

How badly does screen time really affect our children? Not as much as you might think, say experts – and there are even some benefits, too This month the World Health Organisation (WHO) officially classed gaming...

What are the benefits of teething jewellery?

Annie Quinton explores the new wave of teething jewellery for mum and baby Leave anything in the path of a teething baby and, if they can get their hands on it, chances are it’s going...
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Tackle toddler tantrums with diet adjustments

Adjusting your child's diet could be the secret to a more peaceful life with the tantrums, says nutritionist Louise Pyne Think about the last time your tummy started to grumble. At the same time you...

Could my child have sepsis?

Also known as blood poisoning (septicaemia), sepsis is the reaction to an infection in which the body attacks its own organs and tissues. Catherine Leong explains the risks and what signs to look out...

Expert advice on fussy eating

We ask parenting expert Kathryn Mewes one reader’s question about how to feed her child the right things How can I encourage my one-year old daughter to eat vegetables? It is a fact that all children...

Top baby sleep tips for when the clocks go forward

The clocks go forward on Sunday 25 March, so we've called on paediatric sleep expert and Baby Elegance brand ambassador Lucy Wolfe to share her top tips on how to combat any difficulties the time...

How to understand your baby’s sleep cycle

Parenting expert Kathryn Mewes, answers one reader’s question about her baby's sleep cycle Q.) Why does my eight month old wake up every 45 minutes to an hour all night long? I believe it has...

Is your toddler going through a clingy stage?

Parenting expert Kathryn Mewes, answers one reader’s question about her clingy daughter Q.) Our two-year old has suddenly started getting very clingy and is refusing to go to bed, which is not normal for her....
telling kids white lies to get them to eat vegetables

How many of these white lies do you tell your kids to get them...

Parents will say anything to get their kids to eat...

International Friendship Day: The five stages of children’s friendships

To mark International Friendship Day (30 July), Georgina Blaskey explains how we can help our children navigate the rollercoaster of playground relationships... Even as young as nursery age we may see the first seeds of friendship...