Advice on children’s health from the UK’s top experts.
Managing director and lead therapist of Headstuff ADHD Therapy Sarah Templeton joins the show to discuss ADHD in young children.
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.
ADHD coach Leanne Maskell on how to help your child get off to the best start by using an ADHD-lens of parenting.
Parents will do anything to protect their baby’s health, but some things are just out of our control, such as toxic air.
Because school life is exhausting without worrying about coping with allergies in school!
Leonora welcomes Probio7’s Nutrition Expert Rebecca Traylen to the podcast to discuss gut health. “I could talk about gut health until the cows come More
Here’s our collection of the best podcasts for mums, dads and parents in general that you need to download this year.
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
Scratching, while a natural reaction, can become a damaging habit, so it’s important to take steps to manage the condition.
Dr Lucy Ansell debunks the myths about hand, foot and mouth and offers some basic advice on how to tackle it.
t is important as parents and caregivers that we can recognise these more subtle forms of bullying such as excessive “bantering” or “special friending”, as these behaviours may go unchecked and unrecognised for long enough that the victim internalises shame as a result of them.
Instead of getting overwhelmed at each mealtime, there are plenty of effective ways to deal with a fussy eater to help add harmony to mealtimes.
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
Find out why many autistic females often miss out on an autism diagnosis or can be misdiagnosed with other conditions.
There are some key questions that GPs will ask that may help identify whether your child has asthma.
It’s estimated that 15-20% of the population are Highly Sensitive People and it can often go hand in hand with Dyslexia, ADHD, Austim and other Neurodiverse categories.
If you’re struggling with a runny nose, itchy eyes, congestion and sneezing, check out this round-up of 14 great home remedies worth trying. Good luck!
Leonora welcomes professional skin therapist Jeanie Cordy Simpson to the show to discuss tween and teen skincare.
Are you itching to do some spring cleaning, or perhaps you’re embarking on the precious nesting period? Nimble’s top tips for safe cleaning plus a look at four of their awesome baby-friendly cleaning products.
Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic and Limb Reconstruction Surgeon Mr Jonathan Wright gives us the low-down on children’s bone health
If you’re looking for the safest natural sun creams for kids that are also kind to the environment, we’ve got you covered.
Founder of My Baba Leo Bamford welcomes renowned psychotherapist, hypnotherapist and healer, Ruth Adams to the show to discuss child anxiety.
Chickenpox is a highly contagious but very common illness that affects most children. We’ve searched the net to find the best home remedies.
It’s Children’s Mental Health Week, and Learning Resources offer up six simple ways to help look after your child’s mental health.
When it comes to your supporting your child’s mental health, communication is always key.
To commemorate Children’s Mental Health Week My Baba’s Editor Ellie Thompson welcomes shyness expert Nadia Finer to the show to talk about shy children.
Personal trainer and Crossfit Coach Carly Rowena stops by to share her advice on how to promote a positive body image to your children. More
Despite the onset of the summer months, in the last few months, there has been a significant rise in the number of children seeking medical attention for what were usually mild winter viruses, such as RSV, bronchiolitis, the common cold and paraflu.
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
They say that you can’t diagnose a child with dyslexia until they’re 7 years old but I knew that something wasn’t quite right much earlier.
Clubfoot, also known as talipes equinovarus, is a highly treatable congenital birth defect that results from abnormal development of the muscles, tendons, and bones of the foot.
If you or your child are one of the many hay fever sufferers, understanding a little more about its triggers and treatments could make life a lot more pleasant this spring.
Article from Bianca Parau, Senior Paediatric Dietitian all about Vitamin D, where it comes from and why it is so important for our kids.
The good news is that despite higher transmissibility, there is no evidence yet that the new form of the virus is a greater threat to children’s health.
If you and the family are about to jet off for your summer holiday, or are even just heading out the day, don’t forget to shop and pack solutions for insect bites and stings, as well as repellent. Here’s selection of the best on the market.
Nutritionist Gabriela Peacock gives us the low-down on children and sugar, with some top tips for making the right choices.
Author of The Sugar Detox Plan Dr Mosetter talks to us about sugar and children, and dangers of consuming too much. Why is sugar so More
Suddenly measles is all over the news again as sadly cases in Europe this year have hit a record high with 41,000 people affected. More