Childhood accidents and injuries are part and parcel of growing up, but here are a few things parents can do to minimise them.
The normal cough can be harmless, but whooping cough can be deadly. Read on to find out more.
Equip yourself with these facts on childhood vaccines and find out why vaccinating your child is important.
Practicing self-isolation can be hard for us adults, much less our children. Learn how to manage behavioural issues in children at home.
Falls and accidents are part of growing up, but they can get serious. This makes it crucial that parents know how to spot the signs of a fracture and seek medical attention early.
Does your child’s walk and movement seem uncomfortable or unusual? Here are 4 orthopaedic conditions in children to be aware of.
Unlike antihistamines which only treat allergy symptoms, allergy shots and allergy drops treat the allergy itself, and can provide lasting relief from allergies.
While the COVID-19 outbreak ensues, here are some useful tips parents can consider when taking care of their children.
Studies have shown that surgical and N95 masks may not be suitable or effective for your young children against viruses. Read on to find out why.
What are surgical masks used for, and how suitable are they for children? Are there more effective ways of guarding against the spread of viruses?
As the parent of a child with eczema, you know the frustration this condition can bring. Learn how you can better manage eczema with tips from a paediatrician in this article.
It’s hard to say what causes eczema but for parents with children who have the condition, working with a paediatrician to find the right treatment for your child can help alleviate both your worries.
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What happens when you walk into our 24-hour A&E clinic? In this video, we break down the steps in a typical patient’s journey to the accident and emergency department at our hospitals.