10 golden rules for parents of teens

5 July, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

Parenting teenagers can be a minefield. Experts share their top tips for navigating the teen years and guiding kids into a happy, healthy adulthood.

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Kids and concussion: What all parents should know

20 June, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

One in five kids experiences concussion – so how can you spot the signs of a head knock, and what should you do next?

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Sleep or exercise: Which is more important to kids’ health?

4 June, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

Both sleep and physical activity are vital to kids’ development – but when competing life demands put a squeeze on their time, should you prioritise one over the other?

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The super yummy, veggie-packed meal even the fussiest kids will love

15 February, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

This dish is delicious and nutritious – and best of all, the junior chefs in your kitchen can even put this one together themselves!

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Sibling warfare: What to do when rivalry becomes bullying

25 January, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

No parent wants to think their child is either a bully or being bullied. But what if you have both – and it’s taking place in your home between two…

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Tips for getting kids back into the school routine

15 January, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

After a long summer break, when is the right time to start preparing children for their return to school? And how can you ease them back into a routine?

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The changing face of childhood illnesses

8 January, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

Are common coughs and colds giving way to more serious medical issues in kids? Experts reveal what they are seeing.

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How much exercise does your child need?

27 December, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

It’s no secret that kids need physical activity for healthy bodies and minds – but the amount and intensity of exercise they require varies greatly depending on their age.

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Why it’s OK to be a Grinch with kids’ Christmas gifts

16 December, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

Christmas is a time for giving, but does that mean kids should get everything on their lists? Experts say a less-is-more approach is actually better for children.

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What to do if you find out your child is a cyber bully

30 November, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

Discovering your child is a victim of cyberbullying is distressing enough for any parent – but what if your son or daughter is the bully?

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