10 ideas for raising strong-willed children
It takes patience and a sprinkling of wisdom but raising strong-willed children is a blessing if you approach it with...
Pumpkin and Chia Seed Balls Recipe
This tasty snack is easy to prepare, full of goodness and fun to eat. Plus, they can be eaten warm...
Do you have a fussy eater? These expert tips could help
Has your little one declared war on certain foods? Here are some ways to get your fussy eaters interested in...
Modern parents spend more time with kids
A new multinational study shows modern parents spend more time with their kids than did parents 50 years ago.
Has your child ever said or done something that made you want to hide in the closet? Here, we share...
A heavy metal problem
In this clinical case, we discover why children are more sensitive to toxins and their related side-effects.
How to nurture a child's intuition
All children have an intuitive capacity but the challenge for a parent is to nurture that capacity and allow it...
What is "the raisin test" and its importance?
A raisin may be able to predict a child's academic future.
Is telling children 'sorry' enough?
For kids sorry helps but may not be enough.
Does your child feel safe?
The role of a parent or caregiver is to offer constant support, love and encouragement to children as they explore...
Summer babies may get a head start in life
How do you give your child a head start in life? Make sure they're born in the sunniest months.
Creating a balanced home
In order to live a meaningful, happy life, a secure and beautiful home helps, so how do you create that...
IQ and birth order
Birth order is linked to small differences between siblings.
Giving your child a head smart
Giving your child their best chance academically is a â€œwhole of lifeâ€ pursuit. Here we look at the many elements...
Parents who overpraise and overindulge their children could be creating narcissists.
Food for kids
The type of food kids eat is related to their academic performance.
Changing childhood: first and third world children
Do children in rich "developed" countries really have all they need? We investigate the changing ecology of childhood.
Do your kids have nature-deficit disorder?
As children spend more time indoors in front of screens, they're missing out on the health and wellbeing benefits of...
How to manage your child's anger
Children get angry, just like adults, but they too can learn strategies to work through their emotions rather than simply...