Ear infections, such as glue ear, are common in toddlers and small children – but even babies can be prone.
These tips won't necessarily cure your baby's acid reflux, but they can help make him more comfortable.
Registered midwife Philippa Hime gives advice on how to clear your baby’s nose if he has nasal congestion.
Here’s what to expect if your child has reflux, and how to treat it. By Tammy Jacks
This expert advice will put your mind at rest when it comes to your child’s general health. By Lynne Gidish
As a new mom, you’ll be watching your baby’s bowel movements closely and it can be unsettling when your baby
Baby measles is very common. Sister Lilian explains what signs and symptoms to look out for.
If your baby hasn’t received the pertussis vaccine yet, now is the time to make that appointment.
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.
Not sure if your baby needs to be rushed to the doctor right now, or if her symptoms will resolve
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common, contagious virus that targets the respiratory tract of children under the age of
Does your baby have a puffy face, a headache or a fever? We look at 12 symptoms you should never
If you’re a new parent, it can be tricky to know for certain if your baby is unwell or not.
We separate myth from truth and explore how best to prevent and treat measles. By Sister Burgie Ireland
Sister Lilian shares tips and advice on the causes and treatment of constipation ...
Irritability, difficulty sleeping and ear-pulling, or head-banging in a younger baby, are all symptoms typical of teething. But they are
All moms worry that their babies' cries indicate an unidentified underlying problem. This guide will put your mind at rest.
From vomiting to diarrhoea, gastric issues are common in babies. Here’s what causes them and how to make things better.
When should you be concerned about your baby’s temperature? Francoise Gallet offers some handy pointers.
Find out how much iron your child needs in his diet to stay strong and healthy. By Tammy Jacks
Having a good thermometer makes taking your baby’s temperature easier and less traumatic for both of you. Here are some
The rate of infant ear infections is dropping for a surprising reason. Here’s what the latest research discovered.
Babies need to build up their immune system, and a normal part of growing up […]