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Warts are a common complaint, especially during childhood. These rough, lumps are caused by a virus human papillomavirus (HPV) that enters through a small break in the skin and causes the skin cells to grow really fast.
Vision plays an important part in your child's social and educational development, so it’s important to keep on top of their eye health. Optometrists at Specsavers have answered the most common questions parents have about their childrens eyes.
Some germs such as some bacteria, viruses and fungi, can make us unwell. Germs can stay alive on hands for up to three hours - and can be picked up in several ways. Find out the best ways to stay safe from the nasty germs.
The annual Santa photo is a great way to capture how your children grow and change each year however for those of us with special sensory needs, the busy and noisy Mall environment can be overwhelming. We have a list of Santa's who you can meet in a comfortable and calm environment before the hustle and bustle of the busy pre-Christmas shopping begins.
When it comes to the great outdoors, not too many countries have it greater than New Zealand. Our wilderness areas are beautiful, often untouched and incredibly accessible. But it's easy to underestimate the requirements for a safe and enjoyable outing.
When we are at home in New Zealand we are able to access (mostly free) healthcare however when we are away from New Zealand the cost of health care can be very expensive.
No matter how well organised you are, things can still go wrong when you are travelling however there are tips and tricks to help minimise the negative impact this will have on your holiday.
Congratulations on your pregnancy and good idea to take a holiday before bubs arrives. Insurance is always an essential when travelling and it is never more important than when you are pregnant.
You have probably heard that children learn through play, however as an adult this can be difficult to understand. Lucklily expert Nikolien van Wijk has studied children's play and identified 7 recognisable play patterns, described them, and outlined how they contribute to learning.
Whether you’re at home or out-and-about, kids get aches, pains and fevers at any time so it pays to be prepared.
The Mind Lab by Unitec recognises this and offers unique learning experiences for 7-12-year olds to engage with STEM education subjects and develop digital literacy, designed to challenge and support the young minds and critical thinkers of tomorrow.
There is a sea change happening in parenting books – not only their content and authorship but also the way they are published. ‘When We Remember to Breathe’ is a collaboration this time between two mothers -Michele Powles and Renee Liang - and addresses the ups and down of parenting are laid out in stark detail – no pain or pleasure is glossed over.
There's a feeling of spring in the air and that, along with the brighter sun that seems to shine directly on all the fingermarks, dust and clutter, makes it a good time to get stuck in to a bit of spring cleaning.
Booking an overseas holidays can be time consuming and a bit nerve wracking. Expedia have a great new product that will save you money and take the pressure off!
Family holidays are meant to be relaxing but the reality for many parents is a struggle to get a bit of time out. This is where kids clubs can be a lifesaver.
Kiwi kid company Planet Fun have announced the launch of a new free app and website designed specifically for local kids. The hub is designed to be a safe place for kids to watch TV shows, webisodes, play games, read articles, create avatars, plus check out their favourite toys and more.