Although at times scary, fevers in children are extremely common. A fever is your body’s way of fighting an infection, and in most cases, not dangerous or harmful in any way.
We’re not here to tell you how to be a parent. You’ve been there, done that and no doubt bought the fundraising chocolates. But now that you’re being promoted to ‘grandparent’ we are here to help.
Sore throats are common for children, and depending on the cause, they can be fleeting and mild or persistent and severe.
Mother’s Day 2020 is almost here, and if you don’t currently live with mum, social distancing measures may see us have to explore a range of new ideas to help celebrate the all the mums and mother figures in our lives this Sunday.
It can be awful to watch your child vomit or struggle with diarrhoea, or both!
About one in four children are diagnosed with asthma at some stage and it can strike at unpredictable times.