The ailment affecting our children is not caused by rapid onset – nor can it be attributed to gender dysphoria – but rather develops through prolonged rumination.
- Leisure & Lifestyle
Children’s Book Week: Experts Reveal the Best UK Destinations to Visit Based on Your Favourite Book Genre
In recent years, the UK has seen a surge in “staycations” – holidays spent closer to home, exploring the rich tapestry of experiences available right on our doorstep.
Ginger Ray has teamed up with confidence coach Lucy Cox to share six tips for helping your kids overcome any fears they might have developed post-Halloween.
- Health & Wellness
The global infant formula market has witnessed exponential growth in recent years, with a valuation of over USD 35 billion in 2022.
With Halloween trick-or-treating putting an abundance of sugary snacks at your doorstep, every home across the country is likely to be indulging in their sweet tooth tonight.
Around 240,000 children worldwide die of tuberculosis every year. The disease is among the top ten causes of death in children under the age of five.
Did you know children between the ages of eight and 12 in the US spend 4–6 hours daily staring at screens?
A team led by Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine in Japan has investigated screen time in autistic (ASD) and ADHD children.
It’s natural for parents and carers to want to protect their children from distressing and upsetting images of conflict.
A new study carried out at Aston University has shown that children as young as four years old eat 79% more calories when they are bored.
The children are locked inside their bodies, unable to move. The families feed them and change them, and someone monitors them 24/7.
Taking part in extracurricular sports has a range of benefits for children’s well-being which extend beyond the positive impact of staying physically active and healthy.
- Family & Relationship
Attachment is a critical component of healthy child development.
Children fall broadly into four eating categories, according to new research at Aston University, and parents feed their children differently depending on those categories.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
A new children’s book, The Elephant in the Room, written by Ian James has been launched today, aligning with World Mental Health Day.