A-Z Family Health - Child health


Asthma is a condition that affects the airways – the small tubes....more

  • Headlice

    This is a very common infestation of tiny wingless insects on the scalp...

  • Measles

    Measles is a highly contagious viral disease which can develop into serious illness...

  • Slapped Cheek Syndrome

    It occurs most often in winter and spring and is caused by parvovirus B19...

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Helping your child make friends

Encouraging social skills is an important part of parenting. Here's how to do it. ...more


Potty training

A complete guide - When to start, toilet training boys and girls, what to buy and trouble shooting... ...more

Family matters

How to deal with bullying

Learn to spot the signs and prevent lasting damage ...more

New mum

Visitors to your newborn

New baby and a houseful of guests? How to manage the inevitable stream of admirers. ...more

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Bedwetting… The Facts!

Bedwetting… The facts!

Is your little one still wetting the bed at night? Don’t worry, it happens. Here’s some facts about why your child might have a few night-time accidents.

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Myths about bedwetting

Myths about bedwetting!

Your little one is still learning about how to keep dry during the night, here are some myths to ignore when it comes to this very common problem.

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Sorting out Separation

If you, a friend or family member is going through a break-up, you can now use the Sorting out Separation web app (below) to work out what you need help with. You’ll find useful tools, services and organisations offering specialist support to help with sorting out a separation.

The Sorting out Separation web app is part of the Help and Support for Separated Families Network, which aims to help separated couples and parents work together to achieve what’s best for themselves and their children.

Also, why not check out the Parents Working Together video on YouTube