If you’re pulling your hair out at mealtimes because your child’s preferences change daily, there could be a scientific reason.
Parents control most of what kids eat, making them nutritional gatekeepers for the family. Healthy or obese parents influence each
Get your little ones off to a great start with these low-GI options to keep them fuller for longer. By
Is your little one getting enough of these vital nutrients? Follow our expert advice to ensure your little one grows
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Hannah Kaye offers up some nutritious snacks for busy toddlers.
Suspect that your child might be overweight or obese? Follow these expert tips to prevent childhood obesity and keep your
Educational toys can assist in your child’s development and aid in preparing her for future learning. LeapFrog has, therefore, extended
Object play is on the decline, while screen time is on the rise. This isn’t good news for healthy child
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Mealtimes are often filled with tears and tantrums for fussy eaters, so we sourced some items to help bring the
Is being gluten-free, paleo or vegetarian healthy for your child? By Kim Bell
If your little one has been described as “floppy’”or has a weak sucking reflex, he may have low muscle tone.
Your child will be the coolest kid on the playground with these sandwich-free lunch options. By Margie Els-Burger and Nomvuselelo
Sister Lilian offers advice to prevent and treat health problems that pop up during summer.
Giving your baby a taste of solid food is a major milestone, but there is conflicting advice and methods when
Just yesterday you were baby-proofing your house. Now you need eyes at the back of your head. By Thobeka Phanyeko
Although lactose intolerance is one of the most common childhood intolerances, it’s often misdiagnosed and confused with allergies. We debunk
A trip to the dentist is hardly anything to get excited about, but did you know that it’s possible to
Could you throw out all the old discipline tricks in favour of understanding, respect and communication? By Kate Sidley
We live in a highly demanding and pressured society. Not only are children under immense pressure to succeed at school
When you’re used to the idea of your baby being entirely dependent on you, the thought of him not needing
Newsflash: Doing chores isn’t just about helping you around the house. It also helps prepare kids for later life. By
Here’s a step-by-step guide, from a mom who has been there and done that, to cooking and freezing your own