Before the rounds of coughs, colds, flu and illnesses start to ramp up with the onset of winter, get ahead of the game with our 10 ways to stay healthy.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common, unpleasant disorder that affects the nerves and muscles of the colon or large intestine. Find out more about IBS, and effective ways to manage the often distressing symptoms.
As kids grow and develop, and start taking responsibility for themselves, they also need to know how to look after their own wellness, especially during winter.
It's important that our children have a healthy mind to help them navigate life's challenges. Pause Breathe Smile is now available in schools to help children emotional literacy and resilience and helps our kids to develop a positive sense of connection to themselves, others and the natural world.
Early detection of autism could be as simple as driving to the dairy with the quick and easy 60 second Toddler Driving Test.
While the world media is abuzz with medical terms and confusing scientific words, Nanogirl is a shining light when it comes to engaging with children and parents about the science behind COVID-19 in a way that we can all understand.
Beyond the diagnosis, caring for a child with autism can cause stress for parents. Social support can improve parental health and reduce stress.
About one in four children have a vision impairment that will require them to wear glasses, either for a shorter treatment or as part and parcel of their ongoing life. Selecting the right pair of glasses for your child can certainly make the whole vision-improvement process easier.
Being sun safe should be a habit that starts in childhood and becomes as second nature as putting on a seatbelt every time you get in the car. Teaching your child to be sun safe is important so we asked some Kidspot parents for their best tips.
The purpose of family holidays is to relax and enjoy new adventures but the change of scenery can also mean leaving behind some of the conveniences of home. We have some tried and true top tips on holiday essentials to help make your holiday filled with joy and not whinging!
As soon as our children can move, they can injure themselves. Little falls and bumped elbows are par for the course. When we’re lucky, a plaster and a cuddle will do the trick. Sometimes it takes just a bit more care - and that’s where a good first aid kit can make all the difference.
When the kids are sick and really need to rest, boredom can set in quickly! Between the necessary naps, these activities will keep the kids occupied without them leaving their sickbed, and all the while keeping the noise level down and energy levels restrained.
It’s inevitable that your child will experience some pain now and then – whether it’s from illness, minor accidents, or normal growing up events like teething. Find out how to relieve moderate pain and feverusing non-prescription medicines given at age-appropriate doses.