11.11.2019 07:00 am
“Core strength” has been a buzz word in the health industry in the last few years, but its importance cannot be undermined especially in children.
“The core muscles consist of the abdominal, hip and back muscles who work together to stabilize and align the trunk and pelvis during static and dynamic movements,” explains Clamber Club Expert and Biokineticist, Shehnaaz Bhabha.
This week on The Great Equalizer, Sam gets called to the principal’s office, Charlene is the picture of patience and… WORD NERDS UNITE AGAIN! We showcase some of our favourite local children’s book authors ahead of the festive season.
You received a phone call that your child just bullied or has been bullying someone. What now?
Parenty’s resident lactation consultant, Carey Haupt, explains what you need to know to prevent mould build up in your breast pump.
Falls are the main reason for childhood injuries, but kids usually recover.
Does music usually put you in a better mood? That might help you try a little bit harder and stick with challenging tasks.
November is World Prematurity Month, and Embrace is asking people to write letters of support to new mothers with prem babies.
You’ve faced and conquered the first half of your baby’s first year on this interesting earth.
If you’ve suffered from anxiety, depression or relationship problems, a psychological theory called “attachment theory” can help you get to the root cause of your difficulties and give you a greater understanding of what’s going on.
The way we attach to others romantically is intrinsically linked to how we attached to our parents as infants.
The countdown to the 2019 National Senior Certificate examinations has begun, and if you are the parent of a matric learner you may well be thinking of the weeks up ahead with some trepidation.
The first few months of your little one’s life are made up of curiosity and discovery.
I say they are my favourites, but are they really? Or am I just too exhausted to care?
Having a baby is a huge financial and emotional commitment, and ensuring your finances and healthcare are in order before your bundle of joy arrives will give peace of mind.