Parenting Tips & Advice

Food Allergies in Children & the Prevention of Common Childhood Allergies

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Kids Clinic Presents: Paediatrician or GP: What’s the Difference?

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Managing Your Baby/Child’s Asthma

Asthma is the leading cause of chronic illness in children. It affects as many as 20% of children and can begin at any age, but most children have their first symptoms by age 5.

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5 Common Skin Conditions/Rashes in Babies/Children

The skin of babies and young children are highly sensitive and easily affected by a variety of factors like dryness, bacteria, weather changes, or contact with irritants/allergens. Learn more about these 5 common skin conditions in babies/children.

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Kids Clinic Presents: What Happens During A Paediatrician Visit?

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Influenza or the “flu” – Is it simply having a bad cold?

Influenza, more commonly referred to as the “flu”, is not the same as having a bad cold. Influenza is a respiratory disease with symptoms common to a cold – runny or stuffy nose, sore throat, sneezing and coughing.

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Kids Clinic Presents: What Does A Paediatrician Do?

As parents, we want nothing more than for our little ones to develop heathily and happily. How can your child’s paediatrician best provide for their healthcare needs?

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HFMD in Childcare Centres: What Should Parents Know?

If you are a parent of toddlers or children soon entering childcare, you would likely have heard of Hand, Foot Mouth Disease (HFMD). Outbreaks of HFMD are common all year round in childcare centres and kindergartens across Singapore.

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Checklist for Travelling with Your Little Ones

The rule of thumb when travelling with babies or young children is – you sometimes have to expect the unexpected. In addition to getting your pre-travel health checks and necessary vaccinations done, here are some helpful tips on essential items to pack in your luggage.

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Travel Vaccines For Children

If you are planning to travel to another country with your kids, being familiar with the risks of travel helps to keep them stay safe and healthy. This may include getting prior travel advice, vaccines or certain medications – even if the destination is not considered exotic.

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BABY GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT PART 1 (0-6 MONTHS)

In the first few months, it is common to experience anxiety about managing your baby’s needs around the clock – including feeding, diaper changes, baths, etc.

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BABY GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT PART 2 (6-12 MONTHS)

At this stage, your baby will progress from a milk-only diet to one that also includes solid foods. When starting your baby on solid foods, establish a timetable for breakfast, lunch and dinner timings so your child can get used to it.

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BABY GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT PART 3 (12-24 MONTHS)

As your child enters toddlerhood, his digestive system has matured enough to process the same food as children and adults.

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IS YOUR HOME CHILD-PROOF?

As your child starts to crawl and eventually walk, run and climb, it’s important to introduce safety measures at home so your child can explore in a safe environment.

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DADS MATTER TOO

A father’s presence can impact on a child’s cognitive, emotional and social development as children look to their fathers as a role model and for assurance in times of uncertainty. No matter how busy you or your spouse may be with work demands, it is important to set aside time and provide your child with quality time, care and attention confident, positive and happy child.

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MASSAGING YOUR BABY

An infant massage not only improves the bond between parent and child, it can also improve your baby’s health in various ways.

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