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Agroup of mothers in the park with their children in baby strollers

'Parent shaming' affecting mental health

A study has found that in a sample of more than 1000 Australian parents, almost half reported feeling shamed for their parenting approach. So what are parents being shamed for and what are the impacts? And what is the concept of ‘good enough’ parenting?

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Healthcare worker performing a Covid-19 test to a woman and her son

COVID-19 testing in children: RCH Poll

While Australian parents support COVID-19 testing, The Royal Children’s Hospital National Child Health Poll of 1434 parents, has found a range of barriers which may impact on the willingness of parents to attend a COVID testing clinic for their child.

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Teaching under-5s about big emotions

What should parents do when a child is experiencing strong emotions – anger, frustration or sadness? Associate Professor from the University of Melbourne, Dr Sophie Havighurst, offers her advice on how to calm and be an emotion coach for your child.

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Baby girl child sitting on toilet with seat

Blast off to toilet training success

Toilet training can be a challenging time for parents, carers and children. Many parents are unsure about how and when to start. When you search for help the information can be overwhelming, so how do you know what is right for you and your child?

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Father and daughter having fun

Baby-bonding: Secure attachment for dads

When the relationship between a father and baby gives a ‘secure base’ to explore the world, the child forms a secure bond. Associate Professor Richard Fletcher, originator of the SMS4dads program, explores attachment and quality bonding for fathers.

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Helping a child maintain healthy weight

One of the trickiest parts of parenting young children is ensuring they get a great start in life by adopting healthy eating practices. However, almost a quarter of children aged between five and 17 now fall into the obese and/or overweight category.

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Siblings cuddling their golden retriever on carpet

Teaching pet safety and responsibility

Getting a new pet can be wonderful for children and a valuable part of child development, however there are some important safety considerations whether the pet is warm and fuzzy or cold and scaly. So which animal makes a best first childhood pet?

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Mother and baby looking at a doctor on a computer

Online health searching: Is it reliable?

Searching online for medical information can allow parents to better understand their child’s condition and help them to play a more active role in their child’s health management. But should you tell your doctor and can you rely on what you find?

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