Guilt-free screen time for kids – it is possible

20 February, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

With the right approach, digital devices can be used by both kids and parents in a positive way.

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Why are kids getting so anxious?

30 January, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Screen time and family breakdowns are among the contributing factors but is anxiety in children really soaring, or are we just getting better at diagnosing it?

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How to help kids deal with divorce

10 January, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

When divorce happens, many parents either give their children too much information or not enough. How do you find a balance?

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Could Omega-3s improve kids’ behaviour?

20 October, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Omega-3 fatty acids are good for our hearts and brains – and they may help keep kids out of trouble, new research says.

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How Omega-3s help healthy brain development in kids

5 October, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Growing children need top-notch nutrition to fuel their day-to-day activities – and more importantly, their busy developing brains.

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How (and when) to talk to kids about sex

19 September, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Kids need to learn about the birds and the bees, no matter how awkward parents find it. Here’s our age-by-age guide to navigating ‘the talk’.

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How to teach kids about gender equality

5 September, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Teaching children about gender equality begins early in life. What can parents say and do to help kids understand?

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5 ways to boost your child’s immunity

10 July, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

It’s cold and flu season – here’s how you can strengthen your child’s immune system to help them dodge winter bugs.

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Obesity crisis: The food choices that are making us fat

26 June, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Obesity is a global epidemic, but James Tonkin uncovers some simple changes we can make to fight this growing health crisis.

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How to tell if your child is being bullied (or is a bully)

22 June, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

It can be incredibly hard to know when a child is a victim of bullying – or a perpetrator. So what are the signs to look out for?

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