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How Manageable Is Autism?
“Early diagnosis, together with proper care, can go a long way to enabling children with autism to lead full lives.” So says Elaine Brand, Programme Director of The...
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Understand Your Child’s Listening Skills
Are hearing and listening the same thing? We look at the listening strengths and weaknesses that will affect your child’s development.  It is well known that the...
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SA Warned To Lower Salt Intake
South Africa is a salt-loving nation, but the experts warn that this very habit could see us kick the proverbial bucket a lot sooner than we bargained for.  Last week was...
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Should You Insure Your Children’s Lives?
Many parents still find it hard to insure their children because of the perception of ‘bad luck’ when it comes to children and this form of insurance.  Lee...
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Do You Qualify For UIF On Your Maternity Leave?
For maternity leave, the Department of Labour will pay UIF to an individual for up to four months.  UIF, or Unemployment Insurance Fund, is a fund controlled by the...
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How To Beat Bad Habits
Our expert Melanie Daniels, a preschool teacher from Cape Town, explains that consistency is the key to preventing and controlling your child’s behaviour. Children between...
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Overcoming Porridge Brain
Porridge brain or pregnancy brain is very real, and a great excuse for being a little forgetful. But don’t despair… it won’t last forever.  Pregnancy...
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Grandparents Take The Prize
While you’re a great parent, there is just something about grandparents that kids adore and makes them cool. Have you noticed how your once strict parents always seem to be...
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How Safe Is It To Eat Eggs During Pregnancy?
Eggs are known as the perfect food as they contain all the important nutrients. Some doctors recommend them to expecting mothers, but are they really safe to eat? Despite getting...
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Babies Have Rights Too!
As South Africans celebrate Human Rights Day on 21 March 2016, the South African Breastmilk Reserve (SABR) urges communities not to forget babies’ rights. Breastfeeding...
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