Eczema and Mental Health

Australia has some of the highest percentages of eczema in the world with 10-15 per cent of the population affected. This percentage includes 1 in 3 children, many of which grow out of it in time but sadly 10 per… Continue Reading >

Newborn Baby Hives: Prevention, Causes & Treatment

Is your baby dealing with a bout of newborn baby hives? Discover more on newborn baby hives, including how to prevent & manage newborn baby hives.

Head Lice and Nits: Tips & Tricks

Dr Lexi Frydenberg General Paediatrician Instagram:@drlexifry Website:   Has your child just started back at childcare/school and come home itching their head?  Have you been told there is an outbreak of head lice at your child’s school or childcare… Continue Reading >

Fussy eating and ARFID

Fussy or ‘picky’ eating, is a common behaviour in children where they have a limited range of preferred foods and may be unwilling to try new foods. Fussy eating is generally not a cause for concern, as many children eventually… Continue Reading >

Newborn Baby Eczema Tips: How to treat baby eczema, symptoms & causes.

Is your baby suffering from red, itchy eczema? Read our tips on how to treat newborn baby eczema, as well as learn about the symptoms, causes and winter eczema.

Newborn baby acne: what it is, treatment, causes & signs

Is your baby dealing with a bout of newborn baby acne? Discover more on newborn baby acne, including causes & treatments, & why there’s nothing to worry about.

Newborn Baby Nappy Rash Tips: How to treat & prevent nappy rash & causes of nappy rash

Newborn baby nappy rash is caused by sensitive skin irritation. Our experts share nappy rash tips on the causes & symptoms of nappy rash, how long it lasts & how to treat & prevent nappy rash.

Knee Pain in Children

Overuse and single trauma injuries are 2 of the most common causes of knee pain in children. But they also happen very differently. Overuse, as the name suggests, happens when your kid uses his/her knees too much. On the other… Continue Reading >

Worried about being labelled a bad mum for having PND? There’s no need!

On the floor sits the mum who is feeling constantly sad and cries for no reason. She’s always tired and has no energy, even when her baby is sleeping well. She’s lost interest in the things that used to make… Continue Reading >

Mother’s Day 2020 – Isolation Style

By Claire Bozikov – @minibossmum   Let’s be real for a minute – Mother’s Day and my birthday are the only two days of the year where I am treated like a queen…and I definitely embrace it to the fullest…. Continue Reading >