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Breast augmentation procedures (commonly referred to as breast implants) can present a challenge to breastfeeding. The extent to which breast implants will affect breastfeeding depends on a variety of factors.Read More
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The Australian tropics present a range of hazards not common to the densely populated areas of the country’s south. Many of these hazards can be safely avoided if the proper precautions are taken, but some are a persistent presence that must be managed to ensure your family’s safety.Read More
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Car safety during pregnancy

2/10/2019 12:00 AM

Unless you live in an area well-serviced by public transport, driving a car is likely to be a necessity at some point during your pregnancy. The risks of car driving, however, are increased with pregnancy and precautions must be taken to ensure the safety of your and your unborn baby.Read More
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The decision to breastfeed your baby in public is a personal one, and your right to do so reflects the importance of breastfeeding to the health and wellbeing of your baby. Whether you choose to breastfeed in public is entirely up to you.Read More
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A period of renovations can often mean turning your home into a temporary construction site. While some renovations will require you to find alternative accommodation, some are also carried out while you stay at home. If you are living at home while a section of your home is being renovated, it’s important to take extra precautions to keep your baby or toddler safe.Read More
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Every parent wants their child to grow into a happy and healthy adult. In early life, babies and toddlers rely on their parents for everything, which is why it's important that parents are positive role models. Being a positive influence and guiding young children in the right direction is vital for their growth and development.Read More
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There are many reasons to insect and spider proof your house. You may want to protect your child from bites, allergies and the spread of disease, or you might simply have an aversion to all things creepy and crawly! Whatever the reason, you can take several steps short of using bug sprays that can keep these creepy-crawlies at bay.Read More
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Looking after yourself

28/01/2019 12:00 AM

Providing love and care to your baby, toddler or child is both challenging and rewarding. With so much time and energy going into this role, it can be easy to lose sight of your own self-care and wellbeing. But as easy as it is to get swept up in the responsibilities of parenthood and caregiving, you mustn't must not forget to look after yourself too.Read More
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Postnatal depression

28/01/2019 12:00 AM

Postnatal depression is a relatively common condition experienced by parents within their post-birth year. Postnatal depression (also called postpartum depression) can be described as low feelings that persist and disrupt your normal life and emotions following birth.Read More
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The role of parents and caregivers is central to a child's success- however that is defined. You might not think about it in such formalised terms, but your behaviours and choices and your relationship with your child are vital to helping them along the path to maturity.Read More
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