If you’re pregnant and debating whether to breastfeed or use formula milk, you may be interested in research carried out by a team of scientists from Imperial College, London which suggests that breastfeeding benefits not only mum and baby, but the environment too. According to the respected journal The Science Times, scientists carried out a […]
Thanks to the effectiveness of modern vaccines, children born from 1 January 2020 will receive less injections. Only two injections are required at the 8 and 16 week appointments instead of three. Get full details about the changes here.
Millions of households in the UK have blinds manufactured before 2014 which may not have child safety devices. If your home has old blinds it’s important to know how to make them safe as, sadly, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) reports that at least 33 children have died in the UK […]
November is men’s health awareness month. You may already be aware of the Movember campaign which aims to raise awareness of prostrate cancer as well as other health concerns. Find out the five things every man should know about their health at the Movember website which also has links to other useful information about men’s […]
How good are you at dealing with life’s ups and downs? According to a recent survey by Public Health England (PHE) more than eight in ten (83%) people have experienced early signs of poor mental health including feeling anxious or stressed, having low mood or trouble sleeping. If that sounds like you, there’s lots of […]