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Post-pregnancy eating tips to bounce back into shape

Losing the weight you gained during your pregnancy can be challenging. Our top tips can help you bounce back into shape.

All about your tot’s first steps

Here are a few interesting facts you might not know about walking, as well as what to expect as your child starts to navigate the world.

Budget Tomato Stew: Meal hack for the end of the month

Put some time aside to make a ‘tomato stew meal’ that you can freeze and then tweak for different, delicious budget meals.

Hacks to survive the witching hour with a newborn

It’s almost sundown. Your baby is screaming blue murder, and you’re on the verge of tears yourself. Stress no more; our guide will help create a happy hour for both you and your baby.

The differences between hybrid and blended learning

It’s becoming clear that more and more parents are leaning towards different schooling options for their kids since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

Can an ultrasound at birth reveal autism risk?

An ultrasound scan within the first few days of life may be able to detect brain abnormalities that indicate a higher risk of autism.

What to expect at your tot’s first dental visit

While going to the dentist can be scary for a child, here are a few ways you can ensure that it’s a positive experience for all.

Boost baby’s gross motor development

In the first year of your baby’s life, it’s important that she develops the muscles she needs to lift her head, roll over, sit, crawl, and walk.

A is for allergies

We take a look at how you can test for allergies in your children, which foods to avoid, and when to seek medical attention.

Easy tips to teach your toddler how to write

With the increased use of tablets and computers, you might wonder if your child needs to learn to write with a pen and pencil. The answer is yes!

All about Rheumatic Heart Disease in children

RHD is a chronic heart condition caused by rheumatic fever, which is an autoimmune reaction to an untreated streptococcal infection.

Ensure your medicine cabinet is tot safe

A well-stocked medicine cabinet can be a life-saver when it comes to helping a grumpy child suffering a runny nose or sore throat. We've rounded up a list of tips and advice to help you ensure your medicine cabinet is tot safe.
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