Babies and Pregnancy

Baby CPR


CPR for babies - hopefully something we will never need to do. This article tells you the procedure for reviving a baby who has stopped breathing and also has a link to first aid courses for parents.

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Baby CPR

Baby Development


Do you find your baby goes through phases when he or she is more dependent on you or more grouchy than usual? Find out if they are having a Wonder Week.

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Baby Development

Baby Development - Leaps


Leaps are development phases babies go through. As well as developing new skills they can also cause crying, clinging and crankiness. Find out more here.

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Baby Development - Leaps

Bathing Babies


This article will help parents looking for advice on what to do when bathing their baby.

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Bathing Babies

Being a Mum


There are five of the most common personality types for mums-to-be. Which one are you? This article helps you to identify your personality type and explains how this affects your approach to caring for your children.

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Being a Mum

Breastfeeding


For some mums breastfeeding is a natural, trouble free process. For others it is not so easy. Don't give up! Try reading this article. It contains a number of useful tips and explains just what is happening during the feeding process.

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Breastfeeding

Cooking for Babies and Toddlers


This article will help you with some tips on freezing, storage, containers, and some healthy meal ideas that work well and are suitable for babies (6 mth+) and toddlers.

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Cooking for Babies and Toddlers

Cot Death


If there is one thing new parents fear as much as anything it is cot death. Although the exact causes remain a mystery there are a few tips that can help.

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Cot Death

Cradle cap


Cradle cap is a fairly common problem for young babies. This article will help to identify the symptoms and gives advice on treatment.

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Cradle cap

Cystic Fibrosis - Newborn Screening


From October 2007 blood spot screening for Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is now available to all newborn babies as part of the heel prick test.

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Cystic Fibrosis - Newborn Screening

Early Pregnancy Scans


Early Pregnancy Scans help to give you reassurance in the early stages of your pregnancy that everything is progressing well. Scans are available from 7 weeks.

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Early Pregnancy Scans

Essential Products for your Newborn Baby


Not sure what you need to take ideal care of your newborn baby? This article should point you in the right direction.

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Essential Products for your Newborn Baby

HypnoBirthing


HypnoBirthing courses provide parents-to-be with information on achieving a natural birth.

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HypnoBirthing

Hypnotherapy in pregnancy


Hypnotherapy can be used during pregnancy and beyond to address a range of health issues.

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Hypnotherapy in pregnancy

New Baby Tips


A new baby changes everything in your life. If you are a first time mother how do you cope? Here are a number of new baby tips from HypnoBirthing Childbirth Educator and Clinical Psychologist, Mia Scotland.

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New Baby Tips

Postnatal Depression and Anxiety


Postnatal depression and Anxiety exists for both women and men. In this Article we discuss some of the symptoms and how to cope.

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Postnatal Depression and Anxiety

Pregnancy and Birth Myths and Facts


There are a lot of myths and old wives tales surrounding pregnancy. Here we take a look at what's true and what's false.

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Pregnancy and Birth Myths and Facts

Pregnancy Scans


This article explains the scans and tests that are available for mothers during pregnancy.

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Pregnancy Scans

Prenatal Depression


Prenatal depression is not as widely recognised as Postnatal depression. Here is an account of one mother's battle with Prenatal depression.

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Prenatal Depression

Teething


This article lists the symptoms of teething and how to help soothe the pain.

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Teething

Top 10 Tips for Keeping Happy


You don't need me to tell you that bringing up children is hard work. You need to keep an eye on yourself and make sure all the effort you pour in doesn't leave you physically and mentally drained. Here are ten tips for looking after you and making life a little easier.

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Top 10 Tips for Keeping Happy

Waking Up in the Night


Having young children that wake in the night can be very tiring indeed. Here are some tips to help ensure you get an undisturbed night.

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Waking Up in the Night

Weaning


Read about suggested ages for weaning and weaning foods and ideas.

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Weaning

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