Vitamin B is necessary in children’s diets for mental health and behaviour. Without it, children could struggle with behavioural problems later in life and their mental growth and mood may suffer. Marissa Georgopoulos investigates.
Research conducted by Deborah Leslie from Deakin University reveals that first time mothers who are missing out on their daily fruits and veggies are in danger of putting their babies at risk of longer-term health problems. Joline Samawi investigates.
Controlled crying has always been a divisive issue, now a recent landmark study by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute has found that controlled crying poses no long-term risks to the health of babies. Nina Young reports.
If you’re a mother you know what it’s like to be busy and stressed, taking care of kids and handling everyday tasks. If you want to spend some time with the kids without resorting to duct taping their mouths closed to get some quiet time, then how about putting a movie on for everyone to enjoy. Joline Samawi reviews the best of the best of children’s movies.
Australians joined the USA and Canada to recognise October 15th as the International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Mary Go reports.
All parents try to find ways to give their infant an advantage in life. One belief is that by letting your baby listen to classical music you can make them smarter. But is this really possible? By Mary Go.
We’ve all eaten baby food, right? The problem is that it was a long time ago. The M Word team sat down with some little spoons and jars to taste some different baby foods and advise mini connoisseurs on what is good for their tastebuds and bellies.