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Post-natal exercise: When will your body be ready?
Most mums know that losing baby weight is a matter of a healthy diet and exercise. However, you...
How can I encourage my toddler to brush her teeth?
Avoid a battle by making tooth brushing a fun activity, not a chore.
What to do during a flare up of eczema?
Read our expert tips on how to deal with eczema flare-ups
My child is constipated quite often - what can I do to...
Constipation is a common problem among toddlers, but it can be prevented, and treated, with a few...
What is fever?
Fever is often the first sign of an illness in children. When your child has a temperature it can be...
How should I bathe my child with eczema?
Tips from La Roche-Posay on how to bathe a child with eczema
How can I tighten my pelvic muscles after giving birth?
Kegel exercises are a great way to tighten up the pelvic muscles after giving birth
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