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Getting enough sleep is important for your child’s development and well-being
We look at which essential vitamins and minerals your children need as they grow
A teacher explains why many children in the pre-primary years are having physiotherapy and occupational therapy
Weighty school bags are more than just a pain in the neck (or back), they could cause long-term spinal damage
Mummy-my-tummy-is-sore is a common refrain heard the world over. We look at some of the reasons and the cures for a sore stomach
With 22 million children in the world under the age of five classified as overweight, parents must confront the causes of childhood obesity
There is no cure for growing pains, the painful childhood condition that baffles parents, but there are treatments to alleviate the discomfort
What would happen if, at the tender age of eight, puberty interrupted your child’s carefree years? Here’s how to understand precocious puberty
Parents can help their children achieve good posture from a young age and avoid unnecessary spinal tension with a few helpful tips
Hearing that your child might benefit from occupational therapy is not easy, but it might be exactly what they need

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