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Our children’s health and happiness is one of our top priorities as a parent. And during those first few years their (and your) mental, physical and emotional wellbeing can be challenged. Let us help guide you through some of the more common health issues you might come across including fevers, constipation, colic, regurgitation and allergies.

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Baby Poo
0-4 months

Baby Poo - What You Need to Know

Your baby’s poo lets you know how well their digestive system is performing, and what is ‘normal’ is a source of common confusion for most parents.

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0-4 months

What To Do When Your Baby Has Colic

Colic is an unexplainable unsettled period where your baby is crying for a long time, sometimes for hours, and is inconsolable.

Reflux in Babies - Key Information
0-4 months

Reflux in Babies - Key Information

Reflux is when stomach contents flow back up into the oesophagus.

Constipation in toddlers
12-18 months

What To Do When Your Toddler is Constipated

Your toddler may poo once a day or once every few days. This article explains the possible causes of constipation and how to help alleviate it.

How To Settle a Crying Baby 2
0-4 months

How To Settle a Crying Baby

Crying is your baby’s first form of communication and is designed to provoke adults into action.

Mum with baby in carrier
0-4 months

How to Help Your Baby Sleep

Getting enough sleep during the day and night is vital for your baby’s optimal growth and development. Here are some tips to help your baby at sleep times.

Help Support your Toddler's Immune System
12-18 months

Help Support your Toddler's Immune System

The body’s immune system becomes stronger over time - a toddler’s is still developing.

Allergy, allergies in children, preventing allergy
0-4 months

Food Allergies in Babies & Children

Statistics show that Australia has one of the highest rates of food allergies in the world, although it’s not entirely understood why.

Fever in Toddlers
12-18 months

Fever in Toddlers

When your toddler has a fever it is always a concern but don’t worry, it is not always a cause for panic.

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