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Guide to preventing your baby having falls

Babies can move fast! Once they learn to crawl, this puts them at risk of falling. Use this guide to learn how to keep them safe.

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Guide to a healthy pregnancy

What you put in your body before falling pregnant, during your pregnancy and after the birth can effect your baby.

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Children and falls at home | NT.GOV.AU

Falls are the most common cause of injuries to children. Find out where falls are most likely to happen and how to prevent them.

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Falls prevention for babies and toddlers | Raising Children Network

Falls prevention for babies and young children is about adjusting their home and play environment so it’s safe as they grow. Close supervision is also key.

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Breastfeeding and IVF | Australian Breastfeeding Association

Women who use IVF to try to fall pregnant may be worried about: 

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Unexplained infertility and chance of pregnancy | Your Fertility

Get your timing right Your window of opportunity to fall pregnant each month is small

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Understanding behaviour - Ngala

As parents we can sometimes fall into the trap of assuming that life for a school age child is carefree and easy

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Teeth - What to do if a child knocks out their adult front tooth | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

How can it happen? Even a gentle knock can make a tooth fall out

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Melatonin therapy for autistic children | Raising Children Network

Melatonin supplements might help autistic children fall asleep faster, and ‘prolonged-release’ melatonin might help children sleep for longer. Read more.

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Rocker chairs | Product Safety Australia

Babies can suffer serious injuries if they fall from rocker chairs. Always buy rockers with a five-point restraint system and sturdy construction.

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