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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Vaginal or caesarean, bottle- or breastfed: it all influences our gut microbes and future health.
The recent death of a child in Western Australia from meningococcal disease and a worldwide shortage of a vaccine for one strain of the bacteria is spreading fear among parents as health authorities warn to be on the lookout for symptoms.
I don't know how I could have missed it, but it took almost eight months before I realised that my twin girls are allergic to cow's milk.
Doctors are urged to be on alert this summer for a very rare but deadly brain disease in children that is contracted by swimming in lakes and rivers.
New research published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows the early introduction of egg and peanuts is linked to lower rates of egg and peanut allergy.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Canberra Hospital has celebrated its first wedding, a very emotional event for all concerned.
Babies given antibiotics in the first two years of life are more likely to develop allergies as adults, according to an extensive analysis of past clinical studies involving nearly 400,000 people.
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A substance used by athletes could be the key to a healthy birth weight for babies? It's a novel theory that has found some solid footing in Australian research published today.
It's a heartbreaking video that's difficult to watch, but that's just what Sydney mum of two Sandra wants people to do.
Here are the the pros and cons of giving antibiotics to young babies.