Topic “2019”

Q&A: your health questions answered

Some common health concerns explained.
By: 
Child magazine
Why does my child always wet her bed?
Bedwetting is a form of enuresis, or loss of bladder control. Trish Holgate, a social worker who specialises in counselling children, says: “A child under the age of about four years who is wetting their bed should really not be considered enuretic.

a game experience – no screens required

Looking for a getaway that offers luxury, relaxation and a rare opportunity to see the Big Five in the wild? We’ve found just the place, and it’s only a three-hour drive from Cape Town.
By: 
Anél Lewis
Located in the heart of the Little Karoo, and spanning 58 000 hectares, the vast spaces of the Sanbona Wildlife Nature Reserve provide the ideal environment for families to connect not only with each other, but also with nature.

Social media, the dangers and the law

The world of social media can hold many dangers for naïve children as well as legal implications. Here’s what you need to know to protect your child.
By: 
Diana Schwarz
Would you drop off your child at the park and leave them unattended for a few hours?

Crunch Time

The stress of exams can affect the whole family, here’s how to manage it so everyone stays calm and focused.
By: 
Talya Ressel
As we enter the home stretch for the students of 2019, there is often an increase in anxiety, which affects not just the children, but also their parents and the family surrounding them. Exam time is one of those times where some anxiety is to be expected, given the emphasis placed on exams, especially the matric exams. But, what about those who aren’t actually writing the exams, yet are still feeling the pressure and its effects?

Pretoria spring 2019

Date when this becomes a back issue: 
22 August 2019

Durban spring 2019

Date when this becomes a back issue: 
22 August 2019

Joburg spring 2019

Date when this becomes a back issue: 
22 August 2019

Cape Town spring 2019

Date when this becomes a back issue: 
22 August 2019

The future is digital, get your children ready

How do we prepare our children for a future we can’t predict? And careers we can’t even imagine? Here’s what you can do to get your children ready for Industry 4.0.
By: 
Child magazine
We live in a digitally disrupted world – where a tweet can tank an economy, where currencies are losing their value; where our digital footprints lead to our front door; and where climate is changing the financial landscape. The world as we know it has changed and nowhere more than in business, banking and money. This is the new frontier.

Allergies in children

Understanding, diagnosing and treating allergies in children.
By: 
Child magazine
There has been a dramatic rise in allergic diseases both in South Africa and globally in recent years; so much so that we are finding ourselves in the midst of what we might call an “allergy epidemic” today.
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