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It’s important – and difficult – to keep your family as healthy as you can all-year round.

We have health tips for the different stages of childhood, as well as information about common illnesses, infections, conditions and disorders.

Staying healthy with morning sickness

Staying healthy with morning sickness

Morning sickness effects many women in early pregnancy. Find out how you can stay healthy while coping with morning sickness when you're pregnant ...
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sex ed

Dispel the myths about the birds & the bees

Most children will have picked up things from the media or from whispers in the playground about sex, so parents need to have a frank discussion so their children are ...
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clear the air

Protected: Creating Cleaner Air In Your Home

While we can see the dust, dirt and grime in our homes and try to ...
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sunglasses

Why Sunglasses Are Essential For Kiwi Babies & Kids

Sunglasses look great on babies and children – so cute! - but there are so ...
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fever

Spike in Rheumatic Fever

In recent weeks, Wellington's Regional Public Health services reported a spike in rheumatic fever cases ...
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fever

Fevers in Children

Find out what you need to know about fevers in children including how to treat ...
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The common cold

The common cold

Young children can have five to ten colds a year. Find out what you can ...
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hayfever

The difference between hayfever and a cold

When your child is sneezing, sniffing and spluttering, do you automatically think it's another cold, ...
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health for family

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