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  • Curbing Sugar Intake in Children

    One of the culprits for the rise of obesity, blood pressure and diabetes in our children is sugar.

  • The Blue Whale Challenge: Tips for Parents

    The Blue Whale Challenge, a dark online game, has been all over the news and the internet, of late.As a parent, you may be worried as to what this game entails and if and how your child can be vulnerable to the same. Read on to find out more.

  • 5 Ways to Ensure That Your Child is not Overscheduled

    As a parent today, it is easy for one to get overwhelmed with the vast, often conflicting ideas of what the right way to parent a child is. While one may want to give their children the best in all areas, there is always a risk of packing too many things in your child's schedule. Read this article to find out why it's important to leave some parts of your child's day unstructured

  • Cancer in Children: Coping Strategies for Parents

    A cancer diagnosis in a child can be devastating to parents. Here are some ways to cope with this situation

  • World Obesity Day 2017 - ACT NOW!

    World Obesity Day - Act Now!

  • 7 Ways to Stop Being an Overly Anxious Parent

    Parenting is tough. Parenting while battling anxious thoughts is even tougher. Many of us are concerned about our children's physical safety, emotional health and mental health as they go out to school, interact with others, travel, play, etc. Some level of concern is helpful, but at times it crosses the line and robs us of peace of mind. It also may result in us restricting our child too much. Find helpful tips to overcome this issue.

  • Are Cartoon Characters 'Telling' Your Kids What to Eat?

    When a food is promoted by a cartoon character, this is eye-catching to a child.

  • How I Survived: Tips from Mothers

    You may be curious to now how other mothers are juggling childcare, housework, as well as getting a little time to themselves. When babies are young, mothers have very little time when they are hands-free. We interviewed mothers who made things work using their own creativity. These ideas may inspire you as well.

  • 12 Questions to Screen Your Childcare Helper

    Helpful questions to find out whether potential childcare helpers would be a good fit for your family or not.

  • What's My Toddler Doing at 2 Years?

    Your baby is now officially a toddler! In his second year of life, your child's brain development will be phenomenal. He will be on the move all the time. He will want to do things himself, but he will also be fiercely attached to you. Read on to see which developmental milestones your toddler is working on during his second year.

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