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Health Blog

  • We All Need a Daily Dose of Drama!

    We all need a daily dose of drama and this can be by reading a story, by watching a drama on TV or by listening to a play on the radio - and ten minutes is long enough to improve our mental wellbeing and creativity...
  • Could The Use Of Air Purifiers Make Our Schools Healthier and Safer?

    Here in the UK, air purifiers and ultraviolet light are being tested in schools in a pilot scheme to tackle the spread of viruses in confined spaces.  Find out more about air purifiers and how they can help in the home too.
  • How To Help Young Children with Eczema

    One of the worst discomforts that comes with eczema in children is the itchiness and how this makes them want to scratch - and to keep on scratching until the skin bleeds.  We share some sympathetic ways to help these children who are having to deal with the discomfort of eczema.
  • Dyslexia can be a Problem for all Age Groups

    Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that can cause problems with reading, writing and spelling in young children, teens and adults alike.  Find out more about the symptoms and what help is available...
  • Air Pollution and its Link with Learning

    Recent research has found that cutting air pollution levels by twenty per cent could improve children's "ability to learn" by one month each year.  Find out more about this research and how it could impact on your own children.
  • Is There a Thumb Sucker in Your Home?

    I was a thumb sucker as a child (up until at least the age of twelve) and unfortunately the habit did a lot of damage to my teeth and my jaw so t...
  • How To Understand & Help the Highly Sensitive Child

    It might be hard to imagine that 15 to 20% of all children are born highly sensitive, meaning they can be deeply reflective, sensitive to those things that non-HSC are not, and can be easily overwhelmed. Find out about a publication that can be very helpful...
  • Helping Your Child to Beat the Bed Wetting

    Bed wetting is a very common childhood problem. It is now considered to be a medical condition and not just something that children will grow out of. Find out more...
  • The Bond That Can Develop Between Grandparents & Grandchildren

    Decades ago when extended families were often living under one roof, grandparents and grandchildren would naturally develop a closeness. In this modern world, it is beneficial if that closeness can become evident once more. We share what all those benefits can be....
  • Encourage Your Children to Love Reading, Setting Up Skills for The Rest of Their Lives

    One of the best things you can do for your children is to instil a love of reading from an early age. Sadly, there are many children worldwide who are not gaining those literacy skills to take them so much further in life...
  • Time To Go Down To The Woods Again

    The month of May always means the world renowned annual Chelsea Flower Show - and this year, the Duchess of Cambridge from the British royal family has been in the news with her Back to Nature Garden.
  • Do Our Children Really Need All Those Plastic Toys?

    There has been a lot of attention recently in the UK about a nursery school that has taken the decision to replace the school's plastic toys with cardboard boxes and other natural items. Find out more about what the children thought of this decision...