Meningitis In Babies And Children: Everything Parents Need To Know

Meningitis can affect anyone, but it is most common in babies and children.  Babies are particularly vulnerable to meningitis because they can’t easily fight infection as their immune system is not yet fully developed, according to Meningitis Now. It can be life-threatening if it isn’t treated quickly. Sarah McMullen, head of knowledge at the National Childbirth…

Save Money At Christmas: How To Handle Christmas With Kids If You’re Financially Strapped

The cost of Christmas can add up quickly what with food, presents, Christmas decorations and trips to Santa being holiday essentials. It’s easy to get carried away with your shopping, especially when you’re excited to see the look on your children’s faces come Christmas day. “Lots of families can really feel the financial pinch at…

Kind Strangers Fund Paralympic Gold Medallist David Smith’s Rehab Fees Following Spinal Surgery

The internet has rallied around and raised thousands to help Paralympic gold medallist David Smith fund his rehabilitation costs following life-saving surgery. Smith, who is a British rower, was forced to have surgery to remove a tumour from his spine for the third time.  He is now undergoing expensive rehabilitation to be able to walk…

Breastfeeding V Formula: 7 Reasons Why It’s Completely Your Choice

Everyone has an opinion on breastfeeding – whether it’s getting flack when mums breastfeed in public or judgemental looks when spooning out the formula. Put simply, it’s your choice.  In celebration of UNICEF’s National Breastfeeding Week, we’re reminding all mums how important it is to ignore the haters and remember to just do what works for…

Akon Releases New Music Video ‘Tell Me We’re OK’ Highlighting Need For Sustainable Energy In Africa

  Akon, has used his latest music video ‘Tell Me We’re OK’ to shine a light on the need for clean energy in Africa.  The track, featuring DJ Hardwerk, holds a special place in the artist’s roster of songs as it focuses on a topic close to the musician’s heart – energy poverty. Centred around Africa’s…

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