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15 minutes that could change your baby's life Science and medicine are progressing so quickly that your unborn baby is likely to be part of the first generation to live beyond one hundred. The chances are that during their lifetime, they will need stem cells to stay healthy. These powerful cells cure disease, heal damage and could even be used to grow new organs. They are the future of medicine.


Spotting Sepsis
Sepsis as been in the news recently following the ...


What to do when a child is choking
A recent story in the news about a young boy choki...


First Aid for Life Win Big!
Paediatric First Aid training specialists First Ai...


The bottom line on nappy rash
Help prevent nappy rash with Metanium



What we all should know about Asthma
How can you help comone who is suffering from an a

New website offers support for parents of children with allergies
Having a baby or young child with a cow's milk all...

First aid training that could help save a life
St John Ambulance has recently produced some very ...

First Aid training - Why knowing what to do is so important
Every year one million children under the age of 1...

Parents! Become a Baby Massage Instructor
Ideal for local part time work in your community

Treat yourself to a healthy Pancake Day
Check out these tips to make your pancake recipes

Children's allergic reactions and the EpiPen
Learn to cope with children's allergic reacti

Prepare for a healthy New Year
Have you ever wished you had the power to keep

How to train your water baby
Babies take the plunge with Swimbabes

Emily Evans stretch-mark cream
Maternity guru Emily Evans, owner of celebrity-fav...

New Cupcake Spa opens in Parsons Green
The third branch of this popular parenting club

Maclaren create new Buggy Workouts
The famous pushchair brand have designed special

Buyer's guide to travel cots
Finding a good travel cot is all about something t...

Buyer's guide to feeding bottles
Most standard feeding bottles will work for most

BornFree the natural approach to bottles
Feeding time is magical. It’s a time for clo...



Easter treats for baby too
Easter is almost upon us, and while we all look fo...

Milton Reveals new dummy research
89% of babies dummies are contaminated with bacter

First Aid courses from an award winning London based company
First Aid for Life received a special commendation...

HiPP Organic's Top 10 Tips for Surviving Christmas
As we approach Christmas and the madness that it b...

Shiva Rea's new mother and baby yoga DVD
Trying to lose excess baby weight can be a daunti...

The joys and benefits of homemade baby food
For any new parent, providing the best environment...

Maybe Baby - New Fertility Tester
A new easy to use fertility tester hits the market

Enjoy a healthier and longer lifestyle
Used by Mums, babies and toddlers for over thirty

No Touch Thermometers
Taking temperatures can be hassle-free with these ...

Recharge your batteries: 10 things in 10 minutes
What can you do in 10 minutes to recharge your

Buyer's guide to nappy rash treatments
A barrier cream used during changing can help baby

Children's hernia clinic opens at The Portland Hospital
The Portland Hospital is proud to launch its new C...

Buyer's guide to feeding teats
Although most people simply opt for a teat that

Bottle-feeding: keeping it natural
It is possible to retain the intimacy and bonding