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Thumb suckers: breaking the habit

Thumb sucking can be a cute comfort, but when should parents consider pulling the plug? Dr Mo Al-Dujaili explains the effects on teeth and what can be done about it. Everything about a baby or a toddler changes, and it changes very rapidly. The …

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How to use sunblock effectively on kids

It’s the season of slip, slop and slap, but care should be taken when considering what to apply and how to apply it. Leading skincare specialist Dr Sharad Paul shares his top ten tips on sunblock. ☀️ 1.Shade for the babesAvoid sunscreen on babies …

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Play therapists to the rescue

Working alongside doctors and nurses are angels who play, specialists in helping children through tough moments. Catherine Tafto explores the healing power of play. Nicola Woollaston is excited. The bubbly team leader of Hospital Play Specialist …

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Prevent Tooth Decay - Here's How

Too many children know the pain of tooth decay but prevention hurts far less than the cure. We all know the main culprits for preschoolers' tooth decay - fruit juice, sweets, dried fruit. On top of this, parents struggle to get their children's …

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Tooth or consequences: why dental health is so important

From the moment your child gets her first tooth, you need to start thinking about her dental health. I've never been very good at recording my daughter's "firsts". Her baby journal is mostly blank, and I have to refer to my midwife's notes in her …

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Tips for managing chickenpox symptoms

Drink plenty of water. Trim nails and consider using mittens to decrease the risk of infection via scratching. Have a cool or lukewarm bath every 3-4 hours, but instead of soap try adding oatmeal, baking soda or moisturising bath lotion to the …

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An update on allergies

With allergies seemingly on the increase, Dr Abby Baskett examines the latest research and advice for parents. Most parents will now be familiar with the birthday party dilemma of needing to cater for egg-, nut-, gluten- and dairy-avoidant …