breast-feeding

Early childhood – Aboriginal families

Early Childhood – Aboriginal Families The first five years of your child’s life make a big difference to the rest

When should you introduce a baby to solids?

In the UK and in Australia, the guidelines suggest that babies should be breastfed (where possible) for six months, to

Baby feeding

General Information See Your Pharmacist or Medical Professional Treatment Tips Treatment Options More Information General Information Breastfeeding is best for

Video: Infantile colic – Dr Golly

Video transcript Hi there, I’m Dr Golly. I am privileged to be involved in the delivery of newborns almost every

Fish oil in pregnancy may reduce asthma in kids

Asthma and wheezing disorders are common in children. It’s estimated that asthma affects one in 9 or ten Australian children

Contraception: diaphragms

A diaphragm – a soft circular silicone rubber dome that a woman inserts high into her vagina – is a

SIDS: frequently asked questions

What is sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)? SIDS is ‘the sudden and unexpected death of an infant under one year

Massaging the pain out of labour

Labour is a painful experience for most women, however there are options available to assist with pain relief. These range

Preterm labour

What is preterm labour? Going into labour before your 37th week of pregnancy is called preterm labour, or premature labour.

SIDS: reducing the risk

Research has found some important ways to reduce the risk of sudden infant death and create a safe sleeping environment

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