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Health & Safety
Here you’ll find relevant features for each stage of your tot’s health and growth.
Experts share knowledge on a variety of topics including teething, allergies and sleep.
Natural ways to treat the bumps and bruises that come with growing up
Anyone planning to travel over the holidays? Here are some tips to keep you sane.
Tot Health & Fitness expert, Katherine McMackin shares her guide to safer bath products for tots.
Your baby’s first tooth will appear anywhere between 4 and 14 months of age. While baby teeth won’t be around forever, it’s still important to look after them and introduce your child to good dental hygiene.
Baby skin is extremely sensitive and susceptible to irritation. Before you slather on any creams or lotions, find out what ingredients you choose avoid and why.
A baby’s skin is delicate, pure and highly sensitive. So before you expose them to baby wipes, it’s important to learn about the potentially harmful ingredients that you should avoid.
A tot’s pure skin should be nourished and protected. Here is a handy guide to skincare for kids with sensitive skin.
Arts & crafts are a wonderful way to help encourage and develop your child’s fine motor skills, imagination and creativity. But what if the supplies they’re using are toxic and potentially harmful? Health expert, Katherine McMackin, shares her tips on what to avoid.
Bath time with your newborn is a wonderful time for bonding. Washing a slippery little human can be daunting at first, but a few tips will have you confident in no time.