For kids with ADHD, rejection can be really tough. Rejection sensitive disorder can be hard for kids. Here’s what you need to know about this ADHD trait & what you can do to help a child with RSD.
Kate has endured a nearly fatal accident, a long recovery, a tragic loss, a life-threatening delivery & 120 days in the NICU. We share her story today, on World Prematurity Day, to celebrate every little NICU fighter and the families that sit beside them.
Do you remember this photo? Whether you’re seeing it for the first time or remember it from a few years ago, we wanted to share an update on the brave little boy and his supportive sister.
Check your cupboards! A popular vaporiser sold at Chemist Warehouse has been recalled due to the potential for overheating. Here’s what to know.
UGH daycare sickness! Just when you think your little one is over one sickness, they come home with another. Here are our tips on preventing daycare sicknesses and how to cope if your child is down and out (again!).
19-year-old Emma-Kate McGrath woke up one night feeling sick. She had a fever and experienced vomiting and diarrhoea throughout the night. Just 15 hours later, she passed away.
“The best-case scenario they gave me was my child would survive but would likely need help to walk and talk. But they also said human brains are amazing things and anything is possible.”
Could your child benefit from feeding therapy? If your little one is a picky eater, then possibly! Here’s what to know about it and how to get started at home.
Are you concerned about your child’s speech? Here are some great techniques and tips to get you started on speech therapy at home.
Why is my child so sensitive to loud noises? Is it something you should talk to their pediatrician about? Will they outgrow it?Let’s explore what sound sensitivity is, the possible causes for sound sensitivity, and some coping strategies.
Get ready for cold and flu season and combat nasal congestion and sinusitis with a brand new herbal remedy known as Sinupret Syrup, effective in relieving sinus pain and suitable for children 2+.
A mum is warning parents about the dangers of hot pavement after her toddler experienced severe 2nd degree burns on his feet. Warning: Graphic images.
Health authorities are warning families to be on alert for Influenza B after another young girl died this week after contracting the virus- the second school girl to die this week. Our thoughts go out to the families.
A heartbroken couple has spoken out about the common strangulation hazards in our homes after their toddler became tangled in a backpack strap and died
‘The explanation from the centre is this thing just happened accidentally, but we just can’t accept this explanation. There [were] more than 20 scratches on Noah’s face – how can this happen accidentally?” the distraught mother shared.
The common natural teething remedy has left an infant with terrible sores, known as margarita burns around her mouth
A mum has shared some excellent advice for every parent after witnessing her daughter, Dusty fall into a backyard firepit and springing into action quickly. What a little trooper Dusty is!
Lily was born with a large port-stain birthmark on her face which was one of the signs of a very rare disease that this brave little girl is now battling – and smashing goals along the way! Go Lily!
Should you be concerned if your child swallows gum? Here’s the truth about swallowing gum and just how dangerous it can be.
“Mahalia was my first child, so I thought all babies cried and didn’t sleep. Little did I know that a baby was supposed to sleep more than three hours in a 24-hour span, not vomit after every feed and not scream 20 hours a day.”
“When I realised what he was trying to get my attention for, I ran to the bathroom and saw Ashley face down in the water.”