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Screen time for kids

Find out why too much screen time can be bad and get ideas for how you can keep your little ones entertained.

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Children’s physical activity: obstacles | Raising Children Network

Obstacles to children’s physical activity include sitting still, space, schedules and screens. Try walking, adjusting schedules and using screens differently.

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Counselling & Social Work - Redkite - A lifeline for families facing childhood cancer

Childhood cancer is tough. When you want someone to talk to, we are ready to listen. You can reach us from 9am-7pm, Monday to Friday. Redkite support is confidential and it’s free.

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Preventing constipation is the best way to avoid existing haemorrhoids becoming irritated and new ones forming. Avoid excessive straining and sitting on the toilet for any longer than a few minutes.

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Reading with toddlers I Starting Blocks

Learn tips on how to read with your toddler and have fun together enjoying stories and books.

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How to make reading stories more interesting for your kids | Novita

Helpful Information Helpful Information | Tags: Reading How to make reading stories more interesting for your kids access_time3min read Do your kids fuss and complain when you want to read to them? Do they struggle to pay attention? Does it turn into an argument or a fight to get them to sit still? Try these 5 top ideas for engaging your kids in reading activities that don’t involve sitting still

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Mobility assistance | Novita

Floor mobility Floor mobility refers to how a child moves on the floor

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Screen time for kids

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Stretching: an illustrated guide -

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Pregnancy planning for dads

A healthy pregnancy takes two and men need to prepare their bodies and their sperm to ensure they are optimally healthy at the time of conception. Many lifestyle measures, including eating a healthy balanced diet, exercising and avoiding drugs and alcohol, can improve a man’s health and the health of his sperm. In many cases these measures not only increase the chances of conception they also ensure the pregnancy gets off to the healthiest start possible.

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