Safe baby care
Child safety week
Monday, 24 March 2014 is the first day of the UK’s first-ever family safety week. Family safety week is being launched by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (R…
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Winter worries? Don't overdress your …
As the weather gets colder mums should resist the temptation to add layers to sleeping babies.
Q & A: Visiting Family at Christmas
Visiting family at Christmas can be tough. Here's a few tips to help you through the holidays.
Whooping Cough outbreak is a cause fo…
The latest baby news from around the world
Child Safety Week: road safety
Slow down when driving and teach your children road safety
Child Safety Week: falls
keep an eye on your little one - falls can be dangerous
Child Safety Week: fire
Fit a fire alarm and protect your family
Child Safety Week: poisons
Keep chemicals and detergents locked away from youngsters!
Child Safety Week: burns
The first of our Child Safety Week blogs from CAPT: children and burns
Child Safety Week 18-24 June
Today is the start of Child Safety Week run by the Child Accident Prevention Trust [CAPT]. We’ll be posting daily blogs full of their tips for keeping youngsters safe in the …
Need your views
Should we take bubblaicious into your communities with face-to-face support?
Night feeds: top tips
Health visitor Krissie P. gives some general advice about night feeds
Visiting family at Christmas
Visiting family this Christmas? Be aware of the dangers of smoking relatives, warm houses and winter germs!
Smaller doses of paracetamol for smal…
New guidance recommends that children under four should receive smaller doeses of paracetamol-based medicines.
Strike a Pose to Support Safe Baby Care!
The NSPCC announced a campaign to lower the amount of non-accidental head injuries for babies under one year of age.
Playing With Your Child
Did you know that finding time each day to play with your young child, even if it’s just a few minutes, strengthens your relationship with them?
Young mums are more at risk
Government statistics out today show that young mums are more at risk of having their baby die as a cot death than older mums.
US survey shows 1 in 10 dads get post-natal depression. What's your view?