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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Kirsty Carrington thought nothing of giving her newborn son a kiss, little did she know it would leave the baby fighting for life.
Evidence is accumulating that food allergies in children might be prevented by feeding infants peanuts and other allergenic food in their first year of life, researchers have reported.
When Mindy Seay heard the news from the doctor, she was in shock.
The last day in February each year is World Rare Disease Day.
It's not an item you expect to play a life-saving medical role.
A father has pleaded with all parents and carers to wash their hands before holding or touching babies.
The day Jacob Cooling was born his family were told he wouldn't last the night. But, against all odds he survived and he continues to amaze the medical world with his progress.
Nearly 10 per cent of Australian children are not fully vaccinated, leaving communities potentially vulnerable to disease, a federal government report shows.
An outbreak of the rare and potentially fatal parechovirus in Queensland has left 55 newborns sick.
A free smartphone app could help parents detect autism in children as young as 12 months old.
Three hundred beads represent the medical incidents Charlie has endured in his three-month-life, including open heart surgery.