Monthly Archives: February 2011

Sterilisation

Sterilisation

Sterilisation refers to any process that effectively kills or eliminates transmissible agents such as fungi, bacteria, viruses, spore forms, etc. from a bottle surface or breast pump for example. It is essential that during their first year, all baby bottles, … Continue reading

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Baby Monitors – Are they Safe?

Children may be more vulnerable from exposure to any form of electro magnetic energy, such as that generated by mobile telephones, and to a degree baby monitors, because of their developing nervous systems, the greater absorption of energy in the … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Size Baby Clothes

We all know babies grow at different rates so it can be very difficult to buy baby clothes which will fit your baby perfectly. To help take some of the frustration out of this task we have a clear and … Continue reading

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Travel Safety For Prem Babies

extra support for premature and new born weight babies in cars seats and buggies Read More

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Giving Birth – What to Pack

It is always a good idea to remain prepared before the birth of your new born. For this reason, it is also recommended you pack your hospital bag in advance, just in case your baby arrives early! Below is a … Continue reading

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Caffeine During Pregnancy

Most of us drink coffee or tea to keep us going throughout the day or to help us relax when we get home, however, pregnant women should take care not to drink too much. Caffeine is a mild stimulant, found … Continue reading

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Car Safety Seats For Babies

Car safety seats

It is known that a child can be killed by being thrown forward in a car accident if not restrained properly by a car seat and that 2 in 3 deaths or injuries could be prevented. The following list outlines … Continue reading

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