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  • Sugar: Fact or Fiction Quiz

    Q: All sugars are bad A: FICTION: Not all sugars are created equal and therefore not all sugars are bad. The main role of food is to provide energy and nutrients for growth and development. To fulfil the increased need for energy and specific nutrients during the growing years of your little one, as well as to move progressively towards a more diversified diet, starchy foods like cereals, vegetables and

  • Random Acts Of Kindness

    Don’t expect kindness in schools- Teach It! Random Acts of Kindness is a non-profit foundation that believes in spreading kindness throughout schools, communities and homes. They believe in the power of kindness to change the way people see and experience the world. While teaching children the value of kindness begins at home, it is important that it exists in the classroom too. Get your kid’s teacher to download these handy

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    The Arrival of a New Baby

    Children react in different ways to the arrival of a new sibling. You might notice how they regress to earlier behaviours. They may start to suck their thumbs again, wet their pants, ask to suck from your breast or bottle, or use baby talk. Other children may withdraw, refusing to talk or play. Some children may even suggest taking the baby back to the hospital, or giving their new sibling

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    13 Healthy Kids Snack Ideas

    13 Healthy Kids Snack Ideas It’s so easy to stock up on junk food like crisps and biscuits to satisfy hungry little tummies. But did you know that you can make snack time really healthy too? Sticking to whole foods, limiting sugary treats and steering clear of processed food (when you can) are essential tips when it comes to creating healthy options for your kids. Here are some other ideas:

  • Stress Management Tips For Parents

    Being a parent does not have to be a stressful exercise. Here are a few tips for stress management as a parent, which will help you and your kids cope.

  • Easy Ways To Help You Find Time To Exercise As A Parent

    Rushing kids to and fro can sometimes be all the exercise you need. However if you want to squeeze in a gym session we have some helpful hints and easy ways to find time to exercise as a parent.

  • Talking To Your Children About Their Weight

    Weight can be a sensitive issue for some children, especially if they’re overweight. Learn how to talk to your children properly about it.

  • Using Vitamin D for Bone Protection

    Vitamin D deficiency can impact on everything from bone strength to psychological condition. Learn the benefits of Vitamin D for your children’s health.

  • Creating your Home First Aid Kit

    A home first aid kit is essential for safety. Having home medicine readily available safeguards family health. Learn how to compile your own kit.

  • Everyday Treat Crumpet Recipe For Kids To Cook

    Nothing will thrill mom more than a delicious breakfast in bed especially if it’s cooked by her adoring children.

  • Boosting your Family Immune System

    Kids’ health is less robust if they have weak immune systems. Find out how to boost your immune system and your family’s too through healthy eating.

  • Active Birthday Parties for Kids

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  • Eight Ways to Ensure your Kid is Healthy

    Healthy eating for kids is often seen as the foundation for a healthy life. Yet good health requires other important groundwork too. Find out more.

  • 8 Habits For Healthy Kids

    Establishing healthy habits for kids early stands them in good stead for life. Follow these ten simple tips on healthy living for kids.

  • 5 Healthy Family Activities

    Healthy family activities nurture caring bonds while also ensuring that your kids’ health flourishes. Read more for helpful activity suggestions.

  • Importance of Water

    Water is essential for life. Healthy child development and good health requires sufficient hydration.

  • Cooking with Kids

    Cooking with kids is a fun activity that provides stimulation and teaches skills essential to child development.

  • Dealing with Bullying

    Understanding bullying and how to help your child overcome it is an essential aspect of parenting. Learn more about bullying and child development.

  • 5 Ways to Protect your Child from Abuse

    Child abuse is a real contemporary issue, but you can do plenty to protect your children by following this basic guide to keeping them safe.

  • How healthy is your child’s lunchbox

    Toasted cheese sandwich….., hot dog……, chicken pie? Have you ever wondered if you were on the right track when packing lunch for your child? Don’t worry, this is very normal

  • The Benefits of Dairy

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  • Back To School Routine

    During the long school holidays, it’s easy to let healthy habits maintained throughout the year lapse. Yet after the holidays’ indulgences – be they sugary ice lollies or Christmas candy – it’s important to re-establish a ‘healthy kids routine’ as your kids head back to school.

  • Helping your kids enjoy a healthy diet

    Fruit and vegetables don’t taste good – they could, however, eat pizza and pasta every day.

  • Getting back into shape after giving birth

    It is completely normal to not be as fit and slim as you were before you became pregnant, even if it is several weeks since you gave birth.

  • Baby food – home cooked versus prepared

    Let’s be clear about one thing: home-cooked solids and convenience food are both healthy ways of feeding your baby.

  • Best start to the day

    A moment that is both exciting and sad at the same time: the first time your child goes to nursery. You want to give your child the best to help him or her on the way to becoming an independent young person.

  • Travelling with kids

    A journey is always an adventure, especially for children. They look forward to discovering and learning about new things.

  • The 10 healthy habits for kids

    It’s easy to get caught up in simply getting a dinner on the table that everyone’s willing to eat – never mind all the worries about nutrition! Issues like: am I feeding them too much?

  • The right weight for kids

    Do you also ask yourself – like many parents, incidentally – whether your child’s weight is normal?

  • Clinical signs of nutritional deficiency

    Clinical signs of nutritional deficiency