If you’re a new parent, it can be tricky to know for certain if your baby is unwell or not.
Our experts guide you through the most common genital health issues for little girls and boys. By Lynne Gidish
Birth defects was the third highest cause of early neonatal deaths in the Western Cape in 2017. We debunk some
Ear infections, such as glue ear, are common in toddlers and small children – but even babies can be prone.
Registered midwife Philippa Hime gives advice on how to clear your baby’s nose if he has nasal congestion.
Not sure if your newborn’s poo colour and texture is healthy? Here’s what healthy poo should look like.
Here's what a hearing test involves and when you should consider this. By Xanet van Vuuren
Wondering if a chiropractor can sort out your little one’s colicky symptoms or help him sleep better at night? The
Here’s what to expect if your child has reflux, and how to treat it. By Tammy Jacks
Use this checklist to spot the newborn health concerns that should raise a red flag. By Tammy Jacks
Sister Lilian shares tips and advice on the causes and treatment of constipation ...
It’s important that your baby or toddler has regular check-ups to make sure he’s healthy and growing. Follow our handy
Your baby will be whisked away after birth for his health checks, so it’s good to know what to expect.
This expert advice will put your mind at rest when it comes to your child’s general health. By Lynne Gidish
With summer well underway, here are your top anti-mozzie safe solutions for the little ones.
Baby measles is very common. Sister Lilian explains what signs and symptoms to look out for.
We explain which skin rashes you should worry about on your baby’s skin, and those that shouldn’t raise a sweat.
Expert advice on how to offer relief for these common baby skin conditions. By Françoise Gallet
Irritability, difficulty sleeping and ear-pulling, or head-banging in a younger baby, are all symptoms typical of teething. But they are
Rickets is a serious condition arising from vitamin D and/or calcium deficiency, and affects the development of bones in children.
Croup often begins as a typical cold. Look out for these signs and symptoms.
Six ways to save your baby's life. By Lynne Gidish
The number one trigger for shaken baby syndrome is frustration with a baby’s crying.
Here's why you shouldn't give babies under one honey.