Some nurseries have outdoor nap times, whatever the weather. But is outdoor sleeping OK – and does it help your baby sleep better?
It's fine for celebs in the jungle to eat odd stuff, but you don't want your tot trying bushtucker, dirt or worse. Here’s a guide to what's safe and what's not if your nipper samples something suspect
From causes to the different types of seizures, we explain what you need to know about epilepsy and your child
They’re sparkly and gorgeous and convey their every emotion, but what happens when your little one’s eyes develop problems? Here’s what you need to know
Your home is a big playground once crawls turn into toddles. Here’s how to keep little hands out of harm’s way
Our family GP tackles your questions about threadworms, slapped cheeks and more
Do you have a first aid kit for your child? Check our list to see if you are missing any bits and bobs.
How to deal with winter’s common complaints, using traditional methods and medicines, as well as natural remedies.
While Bonfire night can be great fun for kids, if your child - or the child of someone you know - has autism, are there ways they can join in the fun without being distressed? We got advice from an expert at the National Autistic Society
A range of children’s sun lotions tried and tested by MFMers - so which came out top?
If your child seems fine when leaving the water but has difficulty breathing between an hour and 24 hours later, this could be why. Here's what to do...
Currently, diagnosis of autism doesn't happen until a child is around 5 years old - but this 10-question test could change that