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Rubella in babies and children

Find out more about the symptoms of rubella, when your child should see a doctor, how to care for a sick child at home, and how the disease spreads.

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Rubella and pregnancy

If you catch rubella while pregnant, it can be dangerous for your baby. Learn about the rubella symptoms, how to protect yourself against infection.

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Being pregnant after 40

Being pregnant is an exciting time. But when you’re over the age of 40, there are a few extra things you need to think about.

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Your baby's growth and development — 12 months old

At 12 months, your baby is now a toddler. They may already, or soon take first steps, develop a sense of humour, and tell you they love you.

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Measles in babies and children

Find out about the symptoms of measles, how to help prevent your child catching measles, and how to treat them at home if they get measles.

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Birth differences (congenital anomalies)

Health problems present from birth include any health condition that a baby is born with and are sometimes called birth defects, birth differences or congenital anomalies.

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Congenital heart disease

Congenital heart differences or defects (CHD) are a group of different heart abnormalities that are present at birth.

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Mumps in babies and children

Find out how babies and children catch mumps, the symptoms, how to treat your child at home, and when to have them vaccinated against mumps.

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Development milestones - your child 12 to 18 months

Learn about development milestones for babies (12-18 months), how to aid your child's development, identify development delays and when to get help.

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Mumps and pregnancy

Find out about mumps and its symptoms, how it spreads, how to manage it at home, and how to avoid mumps if you're planning a pregnancy.

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