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We explain which skin rashes you should worry about on your baby’s skin, and those that shouldn’t raise a sweat.
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Finding a pinkish stain on your baby’s nappy is frightening, but here’s why you don’t need to worry. By Lisa
Sudden infant death syndrome is the sudden and unexplainable death of an infant younger than 1 year old. Here’s everything
When a baby’s bowel movements become irregular or painful, constipation is often the problem. Try these seven remedies to get
Croup often begins as a typical cold. Look out for these signs and symptoms.
There’s growing concern that being too clean is bad for babies’ immunity. But before you ditch the rubber gloves, there
It may be a harmless skin condition, but no new mom wants her baby looking like a scaly reptile. Baby
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common, contagious virus that targets the respiratory tract of children under the age of
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We’re well-informed on how to care for our own skin, but looking after your baby’s skin is just as important.
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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.
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Here's what a hearing test involves and when you should consider this. By Xanet van Vuuren