As the nationwide lockdown is eased, people are venturing back out to work, school and the shops. However, with the…
Why is my child the shortest in the class. A slowing of growth can be noticed from around age two, it’s usually diagnosed when children start school and their height is compared to others their age, or at puberty when short children can become self-conscious, or subjected to teasing.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unchartered territory for everyone to navigate. For parents, the territory has come fraught with uncertainty, frustration and worry. Whether you decide to send your child back to school or you choose to homeschool for the remainder of the year, here's how to deal with the stress.
Many children suffer from food allergies, but they can be managed
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A teacher explains why many children in the pre-primary years are having physiotherapy and occupational therapy
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Parents can help their children achieve good posture from a young age and avoid unnecessary spinal tension with a few helpful tips