20 to 30 per cent of children have behavioural sleep problems. These are commonly caused by negative sleep onset associations or the lack of parental limit setting.
Ever wonder what are the repercussions from unhealthy snacking? Aside from common health issues such as obesity, people often forget about the importance of their dental health.
Breast milk is regarded as the optimal source of nutrition for all infants. Exclusive breastfeeding promotes development of an infant’s immune system; meeting the nutritional needs of a full-term infant until approximately six months of age.
Children have more delicate and sensitive skin than adults. As parents, it is important to know how to care for your children’s skin, so that their skin will be healthy as they age.
Being a mother is one of the toughest but most fulfilling jobs. Sometimes you wish your children came with instruction manuals. Here are some tips to ease this parenting journey.
Learn some of the common child health emergencies and warning signs that you should seek emergency attention for your child at the Accident & Emergency (A&E) 24 hour clinic.
A lack of sleep may affect your children’s concentration, memory and mood. However prolonged sleep deprivation can also lead to obesity and other physical health problems in the longer term.
Here are some tips to ensure sufficient rest for your child.
Whether you’re trying to lose belly fat or trim fat from another part of your body, weight-loss basics remain the same – Reduce calories and your portion sizes.
Are there any ways to grow taller at my age (16) ? Will doing a certain sport or taking some kind of supplements help?
Upclose with Dr Veronica Toh, Specialist in Paediatric Medicine & Consultant, Raffles Children’s Centre