Tips to Deal with a Picky Eater

Once a baby has their first birthday, a pattern tends to emerge amongst babies of a similar age.  Even those who’ve always loved to eat and have never hesitated at mealtimes, can begin to lose interest in food.  This can be concerning for parents, especially if there’s no obvious reason for the change.
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Tips to Ease Acid Reflux in your Baby

Acid reflux or simply ‘reflux’ is a common condition in babies. Around 40% of healthy, thriving babies will have reflux to some degree.  Reflux generally begins before eight weeks of age and peaks at four months before gradually improving. Reflux commonly relates to a baby’s gut maturity and with time and development gets better without any specific treatment.
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Vaccinations During Pregnancy and When Breastfeeding

What’s the Difference Between Immunisation and Vaccination? Most of us switch between using the words vaccination and immunisation, although they don’t mean exactly the same thing.  Vaccination means actually having a vaccine. This can be an injection (needle) or taken in via the mouth.
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How Fetal Movements Vary By Trimester

One of the joys of pregnancy is to feel our baby’s movements, though it can seem like a long wait until those first little flutters make themselves clear. Your baby is unique and will  have their own way of moving around.

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