Tips to help your children avoid eye strain and ensure good visual health.
Aside from some lifestyle changes, there's very little one can do to prevent cancer. However, there is a vaccination that…
Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer among women aged 15 to 44 years in South Africa. But did…
How much sleep should your child be getting?
A leading medical specialist tells us when you should take your daughter to a gynaecologist rather than a GP.
Highly Sensitive Children (HSC) can be different from their peers and quite confusing to their parents. Family therapist and social worker, Talya Ressel provide five helpful strategies in dealing with HSC.
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.
A teacher explains why many children in the pre-primary years are having physiotherapy and occupational therapy
Hearing that your child might benefit from occupational therapy is not easy, but it might be exactly what they need
Children who struggle to sit still, who fidget in class or who lose concentration when doing homework, may be sitting incorrectly