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The Cure For Deadly Peanut Allergy – Aussie Scientists Say They’ve Found It

Peanut allergies have been a hot topic over the last decade, and finally, Australian scientists believe they've found the cure for peanut allergy. Read More


The Cascade Of Intervention – What You Need To Know

If you're pregnant or have given birth, you may have heard about the cascade of intervention. Find out how easily it happens and how you can avoid it. Read More

Infant Reflux Disease Is Being Over Diagnosed Says Study

A small study has found a significant number of babies are being overdiagnosed with GERD, as confirmed by an abnormal MII-pH study. Read More


Mother Awarded $16M For Damages After Staff Held Her Baby In For 6 Minutes

Caroline Malatesta chose to give birth in a particular hospital after seeing advertising promising a gentle experience. What she got was birth trauma. Read More


52 Week Old Baby | Your Baby Week By Week

Happy birthday! Your 52 week old baby is one year old. You made it. Happy birthing day to mum and dad, and happy birthday to your gorgeous little one. Read More

Breastfeeding Aversion – Could You Be Suffering from D-MER?

Some women experience negative emotions associated with their letdown reflex. If you experience breastfeeding aversion, this is well worth a read. Read More


Why You Should Never Cover Your Child’s Pram With A Blanket

Even on a warm day of just 22 degrees, draping a blanket over a pram could cause the space inside to overheat to 34 degrees, in just one hour. Read More

Study Finds Link Between Breastfeeding Cessation And Depression

A recent study found that at 3 months, 49% of women with depressive symptoms were still breastfeeding, compared to and 61% without depressive symptoms. Read More



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