Does your child know how to do the cobra, butterfly or roaring lion? Not, in fact, the latest dance moves or swimming styles, but yoga poses. In the fast-paced, busy lifestyles we tend to live today, maybe it’s time to breathe deeply, balance our bodies and say yes to yoga…Read More →

As a parent and a teacher, Emma Phoenix-Kelly, is beginning to realise just how pertinent a problem FASD is becoming for some children living in the rest of the UK and Scotland today… Unfortunately, statistics of just how many cases of FASD there are in the UK is not known.Read More →

Baby love The Skinfix range has expanded its beauty offering for the entire family with their Gentle Baby Regimen. Free of fragrance, steroids, tree nut and peanut ingredients, soothing botanicals and vitamins gently cleanse, moisturise and protect your baby’s sensitive skin from head to toe. In a clinical study, run by aRead More →

Mouth ulcers Community pharmacist Richard Dunn explains what mouth ulcers are and how to avoid them… Mouth ulcers are common and can occur from infancy right through to adulthood. Most people suffer from mouth ulcers at some time in their life. They look like little craters in the lining ofRead More →

Cathy Owen reveals her winter collection… I don’t know what it is about Christmas party dressing, some normally sane and stylish people insist on sequin overload, feathers and frills, the result… Demented Christmas Fairy!  I prefer a more polished version of my usual style. At Christmas I’m often cooking andRead More →

Coughs Most pre-schoolers and children of primary school age can have between three to eight coughs per year, often occurring one after the other. Not great for your child’s sleep patterns, or for parents on the receiving end of a barking monitor! Coughs are basically a reflex action in orderRead More →

Flu Protection Across The Generations The national flu immunisation programme was launched at the start of October and over two million people in Scotland will be offered the vaccine. For the first time, all parents of pre-school children will be contacted and encouraged to make an appointment with their GPRead More →

Hair Hydration Technology Contrary to popular belief, fine hair is hair in which the diameter of each individual strand is fine – not the amount of hair you actually have on your head. Ahead of hat-wearing season, celebrity-favourite brand SheaMoisture has researched and developed a range of lightweight moisturising products cateredRead More →

The new gbPockit is the perfect pushchair for families on the go. At just 30 x 18 x 35cm when folded and weighing just 4.3kg, the ground-breaking Pockit holds the Guinness World Record for the smallest folded stroller. It’s small enough to fit into a large handbag, an aeroplane’s overhead lockerRead More →