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I do not know if I am the only one but I find it really difficult to take care of my baby (10 months old) and at the same time keeping our house clean. I was a full working mum from March, when he was 6 months old till end of June while he was in Creche. He really enjoyed being there and it did him a world of good to be with all other kids. But of course I missed him all the time while in work and...
Last updated: 27/07/2014 by BabyRascal to BabyRascal's Blog
Filed under: Health
It looks like North Dakota’s best kept secret isn’t going to be a secret for much longer. Pharmacists from the Barrett Pharmacy in Watford City, might have found one of the most effective ways to combat childrens’ fear of under-the-bed monsters. Created by Jeff Dodds and his daughter Josslyn Dodds, the Monster Spray, is a prescribed solution that is said to vanquish bed monsters once and for...
Last updated: 13/03/2014 by MollyMumofTwo to MollyMumofTwo's Blog
Filed under: Health
Students from The Pine Ridge High School have decided that having the perfect prom night isn’t the most important thing for them this year. The school’s prom committee plan to donate a large amount of their funds to help maths teacher Charles Lundell, who has cancer. “We all wanted to help Mr. Lundell out,” committee president Katie Buday, 17, told TODAY.com. “We have more than enough...
Last updated: 12/03/2014 by MollyMumofTwo to MollyMumofTwo's Blog
After a trial overseas found that paying children to eat their vegetables doubled healthy living, a new proposed initiative would see Australian tots get paid 25 cents a day to eat their greens at school. The initiative doesn't come cheap - in order to pay all the pupils between the age of five and 14, 25c a day to eat their veggies, it would cost the government over $136 million However, not...
Last updated: 10/03/2014 by MollyMumofTwo to MollyMumofTwo's Blog
Filed under: Health
After Irish research at seven hospitals revealed that over 1,000 babies experience growth restriction in the womb, doctors will be issued with new guidelines on how to prevent this problem. Generally, the distinction between small but normal babies and small at-risk babies in the womb is not obvious and up until now, babies in the bottom 10% by weight were considered at the highest risk. However...
Last updated: 06/03/2014
Filed under: Health
With unrealistic portrayals from the media of what men and women should look like, a lot of girls feel pressured to look a certain way. However, a new doll created by Nickolay Lamm, was recently made, based on measurements of the average 19-year-old female in American. The Lammily doll, which was created to promote positive body image in girls, is slightly bigger than a regular Barbie doll and has...
Last updated: 06/03/2014
Filed under: Health
Even with all the efforts many parents put into making sure their children are not exposed to smoke, a new study suggests that smoking around children should be cut out completely. In the study of 2,401 children from Finland and 1,375 children in Australia between three and 18, the researchers questioned children about their parents smoking habits and then measured the thickness of the...
Last updated: 05/03/2014
Filed under: Health
After the tragic death of fourteen-year-old allergy sufferer Emma Sload, the Minister for Health wants to look at different ways to make adrenaline pen injectors more available for people with allergies. Over 2,300 of these adrenaline pens have been recalled by the Irish Medicines Board (IMB) because of the potential quality defect that could lead to the injection not working as it should. Used by...
Last updated: 03/03/2014 by MollyMumofTwo to MollyMumofTwo's Blog
Filed under: Health, Other
Department of Health report into the death of four babies at Portlaoise Hospital says hospital should apologise unreservedly to the patients concerned. The Health Minister ordered an investigation by the department’s chief medical officer, Dr Tony Holohan, following a report by RTE’s Prime Time. The initial report showed that families and patients were treated in a “poor, and at times...
Last updated: 28/02/2014 by CatherineMom to CatherineMom's Blog
Filed under: Health, Pregnancy
A report card issued by the Children’s Rights Alliance revealed that the Government isn’t meeting its targets of providing children with adequate mental health care. The report card, which was published yesterday, gave the Government an grade ‘E’, down from a ‘D’ last year. This is evidence that the standard of mental health care for children is not improving and is still an issue that...
Last updated: 26/02/2014 by CatherineMom to CatherineMom's Blog
Filed under: Health
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