need to know about antenatal care, exercising while pregnant, foods to avoid, giving birth and much more. The young woman's guide to a healthy pregnancy If you are a young woman aged 16-19 this 96-page full-colour book is aimed at you. Its packed
There are some foods that you should avoid during pregnancy as they can contain bacteria that could be harmful to your baby. These include: Raw or undercooked meat or eggs Blue-veined cheeses, such as Stilton Mould-ripened cheeses, such as Brie or Camembert Soft whipped ice cream...
that the number of hyperactive children halved when parents removed additives from their children's diet. And their behaviour got considerably worse when the additives were introduced again.Fizzy drinks, sweets, cakes, tinned food and ready meals were all culprits
. What you can do: During the first 12 weeks, many women feel sick, or super-tired. But if you feel up to it, get out for a walk. Aim for 30 to 40 minutes at least three times a week remember to take a bottle of water and some snacks with you to ensure you
Burns from a hot kitchen appliance can happen no matter how vigilant you are. If your child is burned:Place the burn under cool running water for at least 10 minutes as this reduces the cooking effect of the burn. You can also try to distract him
From the moment your baby is born, you can't take your hands off her, can you?You just want to stroke, touch and nuzzle every part of that gorgeous tactile little beauty that YOU have created.Touching your baby's skin strengthens that special bond
Babies and small children love to put things in their mouths – and you can’t always intervene quickly enough to stop them. In the event of choking, follow these steps:If your baby is choking:Lay him face down along your forearm so his head is lower than his body.With the heel of ...
, and when he might have taken itRemember to take the suspected chemical and any packaging to the hospital so that it can be identified quicklyWipe away any residue from his mouth and give him sips of waterDO NOT make him vomit For more information visit
If your child gets an electric shock:If possible, turn off the power. If not, remove the source from your child with a non-conductive item, such as a wooden broom, and stand on dry insulation material such as a telephone directoryTilt her head back
Crying all the timeWhat is it? Bursting into tears for no particular reason: a TV advert, walking past an old person, seeing a beautiful sunset... Why? It's mostly hormone-related, but can also be down to feeling anxious or depressed about the pregnancy, and worried about the fut...