From when to take your tot to the dentist for the first time, through to the importance of baby teeth, let's separate fact from fiction and bust some baby teeth myths once and for all.
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It's a moment Danish mum Christine A.J Friis Rosenhøj will never forget – her four-month-old son has just received glasses and now, for the first time, he can see her clearly.
Homeopathic teething products that may be linked to 10 baby deaths in America are being sold in Australian pharmacies, including one at the Royal Children's Hospital.
Before her second birthday, Florence Stade had undergone two open heart surgeries. She's one of eight children born with heart disease every day in Australia.
A bereaved mum has taken to Reddit urging parents to "please please please god vaccinate your kids."
Victoria's chief health officer has warned of a potential measles outbreak after two cases were reported in Melbourne's south-east.
Jessica Brough suspected there was something wrong with her six-week-old daughter Grace when she refused to wake up at feeding time.
New parents will be given formal training in a new program set up across Canberra's maternity wards to help them understand a crying baby is normal, and prevent future brain injuries among newborns.
Charley was born at a time that the medical consensus on peanut allergy was to delay introducing the food in infants deemed to be at high risk.
Parents should feed babies foods containing peanut powders or peanut butter at 6 months or even earlier as a way to help avoid peanut allergies.
When Jessie Swan put sunscreen on her three-month-old son this summer, she could never have imagined what would happen next.
New research may pave a smoother path for babies at risk of eczema.