Not sure if your baby needs to be rushed to the doctor right now, or if her symptoms will resolve
The contagious Victorian illness is making a puzzling comeback across the world, but should you be concerned here in South
Here's why exercise for kids is so important to establish as a healthy lifestyle habit.
There’s not too much you can do to avoid your little one catching a dose of the sniffles, but tooth
Reduce your child's sugar intake and lower your family's chances of obesity-related conditions with these expert tips.
One of the biggest decisions many parents are faced with today is whether or not to vaccinate their child. As
Babies and toddlers are highly susceptible to viruses that cause colds and flu, because their immune systems are still immature.
Argh, a stomach bug! Help your little one get better faster by avoiding these 4 common mistakes, says Tammy Jacks.
Early warning signs of autism, PLUS advice to help you cope with a diagnosis. By Licia Selepe
Think your little one doesn’t need to brush her teeth or visit the dentist before age four or five? Think
When is a cold just a sniffle, or when should you seek medical attention? Lynn Gidish shares a mom’s easy
Follow these five steps to help your child if he is choking.
Registered midwife Pippa Hime gives us the lowdown on worms and how to treat and prevent an infestation.
A curious little one will put just about anything in his mouth – here’s what to do in the case
We take a closer look at childhood diabetes and its symptoms.
Sister Lilian offers advice to prevent and treat health problems that pop up during summer.
Whether it’s colic, reflux or a bout of the flu, tissue salt remedies offer a safe, natural solution for helping
Think your little one might have German measles? Look out for these symptoms. By Lynne Gidish
Your toddler's tonsils could be making her sick. Look out for these signs. By Mandy Collins
An experienced homeopath, pharmacist and father of three weighs in on the safety and effectiveness of home remedies versus traditional
According to a South African Demographic Health Survey released by Statistics SA in 2016, only about 53% of South African
When should your child be taking antibiotics – if ever? Libby Peacock consulted the experts.
The tonsils are the immune system’s first line of defence against any pathogen that enters the mouth, so they’re particularly
We look at how vaccines work and why they are important, plus an updated vaccination schedule.