child safety in the home

Child Safety in the Home

Children are born with a ‘no fear’ attitude. They need this so that they can learn to walk, stand, examine objects, even though they may

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Children’s Head Injury

My child sustained head injury  Childrens head injuries are unnerving, because they can quite often look quite confronting on the outside, but really we should

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Allergy Vs Intolerance

Allergy vs Intolerance: What’s the difference between allergy and intolerance, and how do we test? Let’s talk about the age-old question around allergy and intolerance.

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baby first aid choking

Baby Choking First Aid Choking Baby First Aid … it has to be one of the most stomach-dropping events known to man – however, most often, if we

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Is moisturiser good for burns?

Baby First Aid For Burns

In June every year, it’s Burns Awareness Month and it aims to drive greater awareness amongst the Australian community of burns prevention and the correct

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When to Introduce High Allergy Foods

Guidelines about introducing allergy foods to infants have changed a lot over the last few decades. No wonder parents are confused about the rules of introducing food to their

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Bedwetting in Children

Bedwetting or Nocturnal Enuresis is a lot more common in school age children than most people realise. Most children will stop bedwetting over time or

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Epipen’s in Daycare

  We had a question this week, about what to do with your child’s Epipen when they start childcare. Some childcare providers may have their own

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Childhood Vaccination

Globally, there are still more than 13 million children who never receive any vaccination. these un-vaccinated children, and millions more under-vaccinated children, are found in

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