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Baby boom buying – the gifts they really want

We’re in the middle of a baby boom. It’s official and I know it is because I was told by the person best placed to know – my midwife. Some people blame it on last year’s wet summer, others on the infamous ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’, and as for me, well, I don’t blame anything! Read More »

Healthy living ideas for a family

With obesity levels continuing to rise at an unabated rate (even amongst really young people), it is now more important than ever to ensure every family member is living a healthy lifestyle. A few simple changes can make a world of difference and ensure they enjoy a happier, more active life. Read More »

Is school a healthy place for your child?

For many parents, evaluating whether or not school is a healthy and safe environment for their children depends on a variety of things.  The location of the school and its construction, for example, may pose health and safety hazards that must be researched and considered.  Read More »

Diet Tips For A Healthy Baby

During the first year of a baby’s life, the only important aspect to be considered is how to ensure a healthy diet for the infant. The first thing, of course, that the parents have to decide is whether the child will be breast fed or bottle fed. Read More »

A Revolutionary New App

With 2013 well and truly underway, we are starting to see the release of the latest technologies, programmes and apps that we will all be able to access this year. Whether you are an Android user or an avid Apple fan, the latest apps are becoming ever more widely promoted both on and offline. Read More »

How to Keep Your Family Warm in Winter

Staying warm in winter is vital, especially for the young, old and those with disabilities. We aim to give you a number of tips to keep not only your home warm, keep on top of your bills and more importantly, safe. Keeping warm over the winter months can help prevent colds, flu, or more serious conditions such as heart attacks ... Read More »