Raised temperature: when to call the doctor|
By Laura Lee Davies on 26/06/2008 in Newborn health & safety
When does a raised temperature become a fever that you should be concerned about?
In the first year of life, you will find that your baby's temperature can suddenly rise, but that doesn't always mean 'danger'.Your baby's body is getting used to so many things and sometimes this raised temperature is just part of their system
HELLP syndrome mum raises awareness after baby heartache|
By Sophie Westnedge on 18/06/2012 in Pregnancy news
A mum who lost her baby daughter after HELLP syndrome has sprung into action to raise awareness for the condition
A mum, who lost her daughter after contracting HELLP syndrome in her 16th week of pregnancy, has become determined to raise awareness for the condition to help other pregnant women.Kelly Lewis contracted HELLP syndrome, a form of pre
Raised prolactin levels|
By Chrissy Lumley on 17/06/2008 in forum
Hi there, I have today been told that i have a raised level of prolactin and need to be reffered to see a specialist as it can cause me not to be ovulating and therefore infertility..Does anyone have any experience or information regarding
Listeria case in melons raises concerns|
By Sophie Westnedge on 07/10/2011 in Pregnancy diet and nutrition
A strange source of listeria poisoning highlights the importance of food hygiene during pregnancy
An unusual case of listeria bacteria found in cantaloupe melons in the US raises fresh concerns about listeria poisoning and highlights the importance of food hygiene standards during pregnancy.A pregnant woman in the USA suffered a miscarriage
Review: Raising a Happy Child|
By Sarah Lawson on 13/06/2007 in Products
Steve and Shaaron Biddulph's inspiring and reassuring book is a parenting bible of good sense and caring ideas.
Raising a Happy Child by Steve and Shaaron Biddulph A modern classic in realistic parenting advice, here in handy paperbackNot much to fault Features: Well laid-out chapters from the basics of the idea of parenting, through pregnancy and birth
Book review: How to Raise an Amazing Child|
By Sarah Lawson on 25/12/2006 in Products
Advice and ideas on how to encourage your child's development along the Montessori method.
How to Raise an Amazing Child by Tim Seldin A beautifully presented book of ideas, observations and advice on how to encourage good development in the first six years of lifeNot much to fault, though frazzled parents might wonder if their children
ASDA's Essentials for Raising Baby on a Budget|
By Sarah Lawson on 12/05/2009 in Products
In these recession times the birth rate is going up – so ASDA have launched a super low price for many babycare and nursery essentials, including a £25 buggy
are part of the ASDA ‘Baby and Toddler Event’ initiative to help struggling mums cope with the rising costs of raising a child as well addressing the economic downturn. Here are some of the bargains you could grab:Buggy £34.99 Car Seat £38.99 High Chair
Baby’s risk of developing asthma raised by antibiotics?|
By Cassandra Kempster-Roberts on 06/01/2011 in Baby health and safety
Giving babies under 6 months antibiotics could increase their chances of developing asthma, says a new study
Babies treated with antibiotics during their first six months of life have their risk of developing asthma increased by 40%, suggests a new study. And if two courses of antibiotics are prescribed before 6 months of age, this increases to 70%, reports the Telegraph. In the study o...
Charity pulls its socks up|
By Laura Lee Davies on 20/02/2006 in News
Funky socks and tights that raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
In recent years, charities have become far more savvy at raising money through everyday events like shopping or buying petrol.Great Ormond Street Hospital is no exception and now, when you're shopping for tights for your little princess or new socks
Save The Children's Mother's Day Campaign|
By Laura Lee Davies on 17/03/2006 in News
Celebrate Mother's Day with a gift that raises money for other children around the world.
Save The Children has launched a special appeal to tie in with Mother’s Day on March 26th. As well as raising money to spend on resources to help children in developing countries, they also hope to raise the profile of many children’s plight around