November 30, 2014Self-esteem is feeling good about yourself. Good self-esteem helps children try new things, take healthy risks and solve problems. It gives them a solid foundation for their learning and development.
November 30, 2014Bullying can be frightening, and physically and emotionally damaging for children. It is all too common among school children. Even preschoolers can experience it. Here are some tips on how to spot if your child is being bullied and what you can do about it.
November 30, 2014Try these tips to encourage the behaviour you want in your child.
November 30, 2014How things go at home in the morning can set the tone for the day ahead. Children who arrive at school feeling calm, relaxed, fed and ready can make the most of the first few hours of the day.
November 30, 2014School is a great new adventure for most children. Play is one of the keys to learning how to get along with other children and how to fit in. Here are some active play ideas and games for kids in the early school years.
November 30, 2014During adolescence, it’s usual for young people to think a lot about how their bodies look. A positive body image is an important part of healthy self-esteem, and you can help your child think and feel positively about his/her body.
November 30, 2014As your child grows, he’ll start eating away from home more often and making his own decisions about what he eats. Giving your child guidance and information about good nutrition at home can help him make healthy food choices when he’s out.
November 30, 2014In adolescence, food is the fuel for growing and developing. You can help your teen develop a healthy attitude towards food during these years.
November 30, 2014When young people experience bullying behaviour online, it can be difficult to spot. By knowing what cyberbullying is, you can better assess when to step in, and what to do about it.
November 30, 2014The internet can be a powerful tool for learning and social interaction. It’s also a place where your child could encounter dangerous material or people. Here are some tips to help your child enjoy the benefits of the internet while avoiding the risks.
August 4, 2013Sore nipples? It’s natural when you first start breastfeeding.
August 14, 2013Wondering how to tell if your baby's had enough breast milk? Here's a list of signs that indicate a good feed.
August 13, 2013Caring for your baby is a full‑time job. Watch this video to learn more.
August 14, 2013The second stage of labour begins with full dilation and ends with your baby's birth. It can take anywhere from a few minutes to two or three hours.
August 9, 2013Before we knew better, hospital staff took babies away from their mothers at birth. Most of these practices have changed.
April 10, 2013Between 24 and 30 months, toddlers often try to assert their independence. Here's what you can expect at this age.
September 9, 2015Drinking when you’re pregnant can be harmful to your baby, so it’s safest to stop drinking before you conceive.
August 13, 2013By the time a toddler is 36 months, he or she has 20 teeth. Learn about dental care and how to cope with teething.
August 2, 2013Pregnancy, especially later pregnancy, can be a real pain in the back. The good news is that following a few basic tips can help keep your spine strong and healthy.
August 5, 2013A small portion of your baby's umbilical cord will remain attached after birth. This stump will fall off on its own within about five to 15 days.