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6 signs your child has outgrown toddlerhood
9 ways to help your child eat better
ABCs of eating for smart kids
4 tricks that target picky eaters
Brain-boosting foods to feed your child
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3 common causes of chronic cough in children
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Best e-learning resources for kids
5 physical effects of smartphone addiction on kids
50 awesome things to do this June school holiday!
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Helping your child cope during COVID-19
The Delta strain of COVID-19: What we know
Is my kid too fat?
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All about the new PSLE scoring system
Top tuition centres in Singapore
Growing up with dyslexia: Jake’s story
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Managing screen time for your little one
6 ways to shield your tween from porn
"Going to school helped my child with autism”
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Mommy Makeover: Be the Yummy Mummy
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Celeb Dad Steve Lai: I’m a pretty relaxed parent
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11 great ways to save money on baby stuff
Making a will: Suppose you die suddenly?
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Growing Up: Our Children’s Health Journey 2021
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Your child’s mental health is just as important as their physical well-being, what more during a pandemic where many things are so uncertain. Here’s how you can give them support.
Although this new variant is more infectious, are children really more susceptible? Here’s what we’ve found out about the strain and what it means for your little ones.
Are you facing up to the fact that your child is, erm, fat? What should you do about it?
Get expert advice on common psychological disorders among kids, plus, find out how to manage them…
If only kids drink water as much as they do juice! Use these tricks to get junior to drink more H2O…
An expert lists common medicines for kids, plus has tips on the proper way to handle and store them.
Excessively sweaty body parts may indicate a health issue ― this debilitating disorder which affects your child’s self-esteem.
End your kid’s bedtime misery ― follow these five expert solutions to help him beat bedwetting.
Going abroad with your brood? Don’t leave your health needs to chance ― make sure to pack these meds!
Sufficient, good quality sleep in tweens is vital to learning and problem solving.
Letting your kid muck around in dirt might just be the best way to keep him healthy and strong
Is your child easily distracted and has difficulty focusing? Learn whether these are signs that he has ADHD.
Steps you can take to reduce the occurrence of typical wounds your active, sporty children may sustain.
Paediatric experts address parents’ COVID-19 concerns, including whether their children are at higher risk of this very infectious disease.
In a fat-shaming world, here are ways to teach junior to feel good in her (or his) own skin.
Washing hands regularly is the simplest way to keep junior healthy. Check out other easy steps to ensure that he stays in the pink of health.
Strengthening your child’s mental health is as important as maximising their physical welfare. We tell you how.
Give junior best nutrients to stay fit and study well during a time of physical, mental and emotional stress.
Simple steps to ensure that your little one stays fit and healthy during the spread of the virus.
Eating disorders can cause serious health problems and even death in children. Here’s what you should know.
From snacking smartly to preventing your child from overeating, senior dietitian Lee Yee Hong has eat-well advice for parents…
A hefty schoolbag won’t just affect your child’s posture, it might even cause him or her anxiety.
Good dental habits like regular toothbrushing aside, learn which tooth-friendly foods benefit your pearly whites.
Just as smoking harms your health, learn how an obsession with smartphones can damage your child’s brain development.
Eye exams for junior are just as important as medical and dental checks, so don’t put these off!
Kickstart your family’s journey to better eye-health simply by adding these top foods to your diet!
Singapore has one of the world’s highest rates of myopia. Here are steps to improving your child's eyesight.
Soothe kiddo’s mozzie itchies with these natural remedies you can easily find in your home!
Josiah Ong, who has suffered from involuntary tics since age 5, shares his experience living with Tourette’s syndrome.
Fadzilah uses various playthings to ease the fears of her young patients who are terrified of their impending ops.
Find out if your child’s ready for contact lenses. Also, experts disclose when they could get Lasik…
Itchy, painful mouth blisters are unsightly and also highly contagious. Get tips on keeping junior safe from this viral infection.
The devastating news of her daughter’s brain tumour cost them several friends, but it made Jackie Chang’s family close ranks.
Mum Angela Thomas recounts her 7-year-old daughter’s brush with a potentially life-threatening ― and uncommon ― autoimmune disorder.
Tina Tan describes her struggles raising a child who has ADHD, and how she helped him manage the condition.
Wise up to the causes of this embarrassing scalp condition and learn ways to treat it!
First Look Asia shows you how your child can start the day right with a hearty breakfast in Back to School: Proper Nutrition…
Make changes right away if junior displays any of these less well-known signs of sleep deprivation.
Halloween is an extremely exciting holiday for adults and kids alike: Costumes and games and candy and feasting! However, do take some basic precautions to keep spirits high…
Kids love Halloween. But how do you keep candy consumption in check? Here are some healthy but fun recipes you can try — the best trick is to make them with your kids!
Being physically active doesn’t have to involve going to a gym or playing sports.
Keeping kids fit and active will benefit them.
Motion sickness — it’s horrible as an adult but what can you do for your tot?
The path to eating well for children starts with the Healthy Meals in Schools Programme.
Simply put, Mai Nguyen’s role is to be a patient’s friend ― she shares her job’s joys and sorrows.
The lowdown on the causes behind junior’s premature salt-and-pepper mane. Plus, learn ways to cover it up…
Take a look at your child’s class photo. How many of the kids are wearing glasses? We’ll bet it’s up to half the class. That’s because Singapore has one of the world’s highest rates of myopia.
An ear, nose and throat specialist tells you how you can end your child’s problems with the sniffles.