Worrying about your baby’s high temperature and the best ways to make them feel better? Check out our guide on how to know if your baby or toddler has a fever, and when to seek help from a doctor.
Burns specialist Joanne Atkins tells you how to treat a burn, what myths to avoid and when you need to seek professional advice
Itchy scalps, tickly heads - why do primary schools seem to be such a hotbed for head lice and nits? And where on EARTH do the cheeky little blighters come from in the first place?
It’s flu season and flu vaccination time. Now, there’s a nasal spray vaccine for children instead of the typical ‘flu jab’. Here’s everything you need to know about what it is, how it works and if it has side effects – with expert advice from Dr Philippa Kaye and Dr Ranj Singh
If you think you've got cystitis symptoms, we can help with what might have caused it, how to treat it and what you can do to help prevent it from coming back
Close contact in the classroom means that the average schoolchild will have around three to eight colds per year. So how can you help your sick child feel better?
Parents are being urged to put all gel washing detergents well out of children’s reach as the number of accidental poisonings rises
The Olympic Gold Medallist and World Champion long jumper reveals how he's got it wrong (think squashed nose and surprised baby), how he gets it right (winding) and how white baby sick on black clothes is the new dad thing
How to tackle this common eye complaint and when you should see a doctor
Jen Wilson talks us through her work with children and families who need help
Preparation, common sense and a whole load of treats will make the transition smoother, says canine training specialist Nick Honor
Latest issue questions whether parents should know health issues their child may face