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Tylenol, otherwise known as paracetamol or acetaminophen, is a common over-the-counter pain medication that is generally safe to take during pregnancy...

Tylenol, otherwise known as paracetamol or acetaminophen, is a common over-the-counter pain medication that is generally safe to take during pregnancy...

A goodnight’s sleep is key to feeling and looking good during pregnancy.  While you sleep your body delivers fluid to organs and tissues that need replenishing...

2021 has been a roller coaster of a year for The Baby Academy in which we helped over 500,000 families as they began their journey into parenthood and we can't wait to see that number grow....

Jenna is a specialist midwife, childbirth educator, South African Lactation Consultant as well as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). ...

Hydration is an essential component of your health during pregnancy. Your body is adapting to pregnancy, where among the huge range of changes occurring...

Flat head syndrome is also known as plagiocephaly. Baby’s heads are extremely malleable so anything that applies pressure to the skull has the ability to mold...

Sarah is a passionate and dedicated mom and midwife. With an avid interest in both antenatal and postnatal care...

Vitamin K is a vitamin that is essential for natural blood clotting. The vitamin activates molecules in our bodies that are necessary for clotting...

It’s never pleasant as a parent to hear your baby begin to wail again, in fact it’s often something you likely dread. What’s most important to keep in mind, and this is something you don’t hear enough, is that it is not a failure on...

Packing correctly for your baby benefits both you and your baby. I will discuss the travel essentials you need when traveling on a plane with a newborn up to 12 months of age....

Weaning is when you introduce your baby to soft and solid foods, which can be both exciting and nerve-racking Although they may not swallow much, to begin with, learning to eat from a spoon or with their fingers, and experimenting with new tastes and textures,...

As with any decision you make regarding your little one, it’s best to have all of the information to guide you!...

Every baby is beautifully unique so when it comes to recognising your baby’s cues, there is no easy one-size-fits-all! Babies express their needs in different ways and at different times during the day. ...

Does your newborn get grumpy after mealtimes? Don't be offended. It's nothing to do with you. It's probably because she's swallowed some air alongside her milk, making her uncomfortably full. The solution? Burping....

Baby skincare is an essential aspect of your new postpartum life! Newborn skin is very sensitive and should be treated differently to our skin. Here are a few peculiarities you may notice on your newborns’ skin and how to tackle them:...

Ingrid is a Registered Nurse and Independent Midwife, Childbirth educator, and an IBCLC. She has been in the field of midwifery for the last 2 and half decades....

Lots of tots are ready to start learning dressing skills around age two. Here's how to stock your little one's wardrobe so learning how to get dressed will be easy, plus some tips to make it fun....

It’s exciting to watch your baby become a toddler, as they start crawling and then eventually hoist themselves up and take their first uncertain steps. It also brings with it new dangers though. ...