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Our children's brain needs nutrients to grow and develop. But what sort of food does it exactly need? Let’s get brainy with some food.
The word ‘healthy’ can be quite subjective. Engergy bars, cereal, low fat yoghurt. Think these food are 'healthy'? Think again.
Many parents are badly shaken when witnessing the seizures in their children for the first time. Dr Phuah Huan Kee from SBCC Baby & Child Clinic tell us more about epilepsy in children.
A “sinus” is actually a normal air-filled spaces in the facial bones near the nasal passage that is lined with mucous membranes. So technically, everybody has sinuses!
Research in the past few years have shown how the weight of your child’s backpack can have dire effects on his or her back development. It’s important for children to develop good back posture habits at an early age...
Often parents’ anxieties only makes the toddler feeding problem worse. Therefore keeping your cool and making it a pleasant experience is important.
Recap Parenting With Love Seminar 2016 here.
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