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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Blake Darragh was eight weeks old when he developed nappy rash "almost like a chemical burn". It took more five months of pain and discomfort before experts at The Children's Hospital Westmead diagnosed a very rare, fast growing and highly malignant childhood cancer.
A new combination meningococcal vaccine that protects against four strains of the potentially life-threatening disease can now be given to babies as young as two months.
After the devastating loss of their first child, Lauren and her husband had hoped for a non-eventful pregnancy but this wasn't mean to be.
When my babies were teething, I would have tried anything to help soothe those red, swollen gums – not to mention the grizzling and sleepless nights.
A child's bowel movement in a swimming pool that led to a pump failure and sent chlorine into a nearby creek has cost a NSW council $15,000.
The producer behind a controversial anti-vaccination film which has been touring Australia has been banned from returning to the country for three years.
A recommendation to fund a genetic screening test will ease the financial burden on parents who carry genetic abnormalities.
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