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Close to 100 per cent of pregnant women choose to have an ultrasound to check for major physical abnormalities at 18 to 20 weeks, which is the most common and most obvious form of prenatal diagnosis. Read More
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With a Virgo baby you’ve got a little worrier in the making here, so from day one make a vow not to put too much of a burden on these little shoulders. You won’t have to discipline your little virgo angel too much, for they’ll do it for themselves. For babies born Aug 23 – Sept 22. Read More
Toddler tantrums can be stressful for both toddler and parent. Avoid toddler tantrums by saying ‘no’ to these 9 things - they'll make life so much easier! Read More
Becoming a grandparent for the first time is incredibly exciting, warm and fuzzy for most grandparents – seeing a child being born from their own children. Read More
Gastro, an infection of the bowel, is very common in young children. This is usually the result of a virus, which are easily contracted from other people, even if they are immune to the virus. Read More
Flying with children introduces a new dimension to travel. Patience levels are short, so ensuring a smooth trip is difficult. Check out our tips on flying with children. Read More
The pelvic floor muscles are some of the most important muscles a woman has, yet because they are not visible, they are often neglected. Pregnancy and childbirth can weaken these muscles. Read More
Postnatal depression affects around 1 in 7 Australian mothers. Because parenthood is a constant and demanding job, some women’s experiences are not like the media images of two happy parents with a clean, cuddly, well-fed, sleeping baby. Find out more about postnatal depression and the importance of having realistic expectations. Read More