Lucinda Miller, the NatureDoc shares her top natural remedies for soothing the nasty symptoms of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease.
The Good Stuff shares over 100 family recipes and ideas for healthy and nourishing food that are yummy and easy to prepare. In my experience as a mum of three and a naturopath, finding healthy food that children will actually eat can be a huge challenge. Making it easy is even harder!
We all want our kids to grow up to be strong and resilient. But too often, something like iron deficiency can hold them back. Iron deficiency is very common in children and can affect their health and well-being. Initially, it can just cause general tiredness and struggling to keep on task. But left untreated, anaemia can affect a child’s development, including key milestones such as walking and talking.
Do you know how to differentiate between a viral and a bacterial infection? This article will help you work out why your child is ill, so you can find the right course of action to get them back on the road to recovery quickly.
Earaches were the thing that troubled my daughter when she was little. She would sometimes wake me up screaming in agony and it was awful to see her in so much pain. Because I suffered the same issues when I was little, and lived off penicillin, I was determined to make life easier for her and find some more natural ways to stop her earaches. Read on to hear how we knocked them on the head every time and never needed to resort to antibiotics.