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  • Say Goodbye to Children's Warts!

    Flat warts are the most common type of warts in children, usually appearing on the cheeks or forehead but they can also be seen on the backs of the hands and on the legs with the appearance of smooth, flat-topped, yellow-brown papules. They are pink, brown or yellowish in color. 

    Find out more about how to prevent warts in children and how to get rid of them, safely and gently...

  • Does Your Child Have a Problem with Stammering or Stuttering?

    Known as stuttering in the USA and stammering in the UK, this is a speech problem which occurs when the speaker is not able to maintain a smooth forward flow of speech and experiences recurrent blocks in the production of speech sounds in conversational speech, particularly when excited or under psychological stress.
  • How to Encourage Young Children to Enjoy Nature

    Children come with a natural curiosity about the world around them and it is good if we can encourage and nurture that curiosity so they explore and learn as much as possible.

    We share some ideas on how to help achieve this...

  • Can Air Pollution Affect Your Child's Ability to Learn?

    Many parents and teachers worry about the affect of air pollution on children in general but recent research by the University of Manchester in the UK and the two charities - Global Action Plan and The Phillips Foundation - has found that it can affect their ability to learn too.
  • Tips For Warts & Verrucas in Kids

    Children and teens are more likely to get plantar warts or verrucas than other age groups. 

    They are more susceptible to warts because their immune systems are not fully developed, and the areas on their body are more prone to a minor injury, so often a break in the skin makes it easy for the wart to enter.

    It may take two to six months after exposure for plantar warts to appear...

  • How to Persuade Your Family to Give Up Those Processed and Ultra-Processed Foods

    How do you wean your family off processed and ultra processed foods?

    It is not easy - it takes time and perseverance but it can be done. The first thing to do is to work out what you can use as a healthy substitute for each your family's favorite processed food dishes. And then there are individual things like sugar, cookies, sodas and more. They all have to go!

  • Fuss-Free Fun For Your Young Family

    Now more than ever it has become important to encourage our young children to use their imaginations to keep them entertained and happy instead of relying on electronic devices.

    Fortunately, there are "play experts" who can share their knowledge and expertise to help parents with this important work...

  • Is Nail Biting a Problem for You?

    Nail biting is a surprisingly common habit that usually starts in childhood, usually around the age of ten.  While some children will soon grow out of this habit, others will carry on with this distressing habit into adulthood.

    Officially known as onychophagia, it is what psychologists call a body focused repetitive behavior or BFRB.

    Find out more about this habit and what can be done to kick it.

  • Natural Formula for Eczema

    Eczema is a very common skin condition especially in children although adults can suffer from it too.  The main sign is an itchy skin that turns red from time to time.

    Children and adults with eczema often have allergies or asthma along with the red, itchy skin.

  • Top Ten Tips to Keep Your Children Healthy at School

    With cooler weather coming in the northern hemisphere, and our children back at school after their summer vacations, we might find that they are picking up bugs.

    We share some top ten tips on how can we best protect them going forward to ensure they stay as healthy as possible in the coming months?

  • The Top Ten Benefits of Learning to Play a Musical Instrument

    Learning to play a musical instrument helps adults and children alike to appreciate a wonderful form of artistic expression. 

    The music itself is enough reason to get your children into music lessons if you can.

    Learning to play a musical instrument has so many benefits – whether it’s building your confidence, enhancing your memory or widening your social circle.

    We share ten reasons why you should consider taking up an instrument this year.

  • Teething Egg - Does An Egg In An Old Sock Actually Work For Teething?

    Old Wives were renowned for all types of tales but probably the most were those for parents looking after their babies - especially when it comes to teething remedies. In fact, many natural teething remedies have been around for thousands of years.