Ellie Thompson welcomes NHS GP and author Dr. Ellie Cannon to the show to talk about this year’s winter health concerns and their impact on our children.
The clocks go back on Sunday 28th October. Here’s how you can prepare your little ones for a seamless transition…
There are a few things you need to know when it comes to treating kids with cold or flu.
Encopresis in kids is an often misunderstood condition, characterised by involuntary soiling beyond the age of toilet training, which can leave parents feeling lost More
If you’re looking for baby eczema treatments, and ways to soothe your little one, medical scientist and founder of The Womb Effect, Dr Nauf AlBendar, is here to tell you everything you need to know.
Cases of measles have more than doubled in England so far this year, compared to the whole of last year, and the numbers are even higher abroad.
If you’re new to the wonderful world of mindfulness, this podcast episode is a great place to start.
Naturdoc’s founder and clinical lead Lucinda Miller joins Parental Control to discuss family nutrition, gut health and more.
Because school life is exhausting without worrying about coping with allergies in school!
ADHD expert Sarah Templeton is on hand with her top tips for a harmonious home throughout the festive season.
Are you worried about Strep A? The latest data from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) shows that scarlet fever cases continue to remain More
Dr Lucy Ansell debunks the myths about hand, foot and mouth and offers some basic advice on how to tackle it.
As this is the first winter without pandemic restrictions in two years, you and your children may be more susceptible to the usual childhood More
There are some key questions that GPs will ask that may help identify whether your child has asthma.
Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic and Limb Reconstruction Surgeon Mr Jonathan Wright gives us the low-down on children’s bone health
It’s Children’s Mental Health Week, and Learning Resources offer up six simple ways to help look after your child’s mental health.
Firework season is here so staying safe and being aware of risks is a priority. Have you checked your child’s first aid kit lately? More
Paediatrician Dr Sophie Niedermaier-Patramani joins Leo to talk about children’s winter health in this latest episode of My Baba’s podcast, Parental Control.
Bronchiolitis is a lower respiratory tract infection that commonly affects babies and young children under 2 years old.
As parents know, each child is different. There isn’t a one-size fits all approach to having an open conversation about mental health but these top five tips may help.
If you think about it, there’s no natural, genetically-triggered reason for a child to be wary of the dentist’s chair. They would certainly be cautious in a new environment, as all children tend to be. But an outright phobia? That’s not a natural response to negligible threat.
After reading a lot about ticks and Lyme Disease in the news recently, I wanted to share our experiences from last summer. Fin, then 6 years old, contracted Lyme Disease, but it was a long road until his eventual diagnosis.