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Ask The Parents – What Can I Do About My Picky...

Our children’s diets are a major source of anxiety for many parents. How do we get them to try new foods or...

‘I Don’t Like It!’ What To Do If Your Child Refuses...

Hands up who loves broccoli! And was that from the first time you tasted it? We’d guess not. What about tomatoes? Or bananas? Our children’s diets are...

Healthy For You, Healthy For Your Baby – This Is The...

Research indicates that what women eat while pregnant has lasting effects when it comes to their child’s health and brain development. But...

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How Social Media Is Helping Big Tobacco Hook A New Generation Of Smokers

Big Tobacco is increasingly using social media to find new ways to hook young people on smoking, circumventing decades of laws restricting the marketing...

Alone Together: How Mobile Devices Have Changed Family Time

There is now widespread concern about the amount of time children spend staring at screens – with many people worried about the negative impacts...
How To Deal With Interfering Grandparents

How To Deal With Interfering Grandparents

We’ve all been there. Sitting back, feeling slightly redundant, while Granny Dearest takes over your parenting duties without so much as a second thought. It...

‘Don’t Co-Sleep!’ Mum’s Warning Following Death Of Baby Son

A grief-stricken mum has issued a warning about co-sleeping after the death of her two-month-old son. Hugo Loughlin died from lack...

9 Tips To Settle Your Child’s Back-To-School Nerves

Whether it’s your child’s first time or not, chances are there’ll be some back-to-school nerves floating around as the new term draws nearer. Maybe...

Child Obesity Is Directly Linked To Poverty, So Why Do We Still Blame Poor...

Childhood obesity has risen ten-fold over the past 40 years. In the UK, roughly 30% of children are overweight or obese. Obesity rates are...

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