Number of U.S. Teens With Prediabetes Has Doubled: Here's Why and What Can Be Done

25/04/2022 06:00am | 2233 viewsread more
Mental Health

A Dad’s Guide to Raising Emotionally Healthy Boys

29/11/2021 06:00am | 6877 views

By Steven Rowe

As parents, we tend to notice everything when it comes to our kid’s physical health: when they feel a little warm, when they’re acting a little extra cranky, when they don’t eat at dinner, or when their voices sound a little hoarse.

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How to support your LGBTQ+ children: Parent resources for understanding, advocacy and communication

31/08/2021 06:00am | 3791 views

Parents are their kids' best allies. Here's how to embrace LGBTQ pride at home.

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How to navigate the newborn cluster feeding stage

02/08/2021 06:00am | 2804 views

By Dr Lara Batchat - MBBS, BSc (hons), MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG at

If your newborn baby suddenly starts cluster feeding in the middle of the night it can be alarming, uncomfortable and extremely tiring! But while feeding on demand in the small hours might make you feel like you're never going to sleep again, rest reassured that cluster feeding is a perfectly normal part of baby development. It might be exhausting in the moment, but this challenging newborn phase usually passes quickly.

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Advice For Parents Whose Teen Wants To Start Wearing Makeup

01/08/2021 06:00am | 2906 views


Being a teenager can be a tricky journey for anyone to navigate, but it may have certain difficulties that are retained for female teens. Female teenagers are trying to cope with changing hormones, school, a part-time job, and trying to “fit in” with the world around them. They are trying to find their place in the world and part of that is exploring their individuality. They want to experiment with hairstyles, clothes, and makeup.

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