Zan Azlee wants his daughter to grow up and be intelligent, outspoken and witty. But he doesn’t want her to become a smart alec!
Sharing is caring, but a little one’s natural impulse is to hang on to his or her stuff. Here are a few tips on teaching children to share.
This year, in conjunction with World Digestive Health Day on May 29, we shine the spotlight on a common gastrointestinal complaint amongst kids: constipation. Here’s the low down on what causes constipation in your child, and what you can do to prevent it.
Zan Azlee and his wife are excitedly pregnant with their second child, and it seems that their four-year-old daughter is too. But does she really know what’s going on?
Pacifier, binkie, dummy, puting or whatever it’s called in your house can be a life-saver. But all good things must come to an end. Here are 12 ways to help your child give up the pacifier.
Toddlers don’t really understand why they need to brush their teeth. Dentist Dr. Vida Roman-Boey has tips on teaching your tot about teeth-brushing and preventing cavities.
While tablets, smartphones and TV provide easy, ready-to-go activities, there are many
non-screen activities we can do with our children. Annabelle Josef shares some alternatives.
If you’re concerned that your child is always transfixed by one screen or another, here are 6 tips to help limit your child’s screen time.
Swear words are generally frowned upon, and even more so when kids say them. Here are some reasons why it happens and what you can do about it.
While you can’t shield your child from every bug around, the best way to fight many of them off is by implementing these healthy habits.