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The Ritalin Effect (ADHD) - If you like this post - share it with others ! This week is ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder) awareness week. Ritalin (methylphenidate) has become a regular treatment for hyperactivity across America and the U.K.  Ritalin’s popularity amongst doctors has increased to such an extent that one in seven American children under the age of […]
Back to School Supplements for Children - If you like this post - share it with others ! The start of the school term is usually when colds, coughs and tummy bugs hit their peak for children.  Natural remedies can play a vital role in maintaining and boosting a child’s immune system. Nurseries and schools are full of bugs that usually get […]
Does fast food really increase the risk of Asthma? - If you like this post - share it with others ! There have been many different findings recently, but does fast food really increase the risk of asthma? Regular servings of fast food could be causing a rise in the number of cases of asthma, eczema and rhinitis (persistent colds) in children. A study published […]
A Healthy Start to School - If you like this post - share it with others ! With the school year about to start, this is a time of adjustment for many families. It’s time to get back into the daily routine of early starts, homework and early nights (hopefully). The re-opening of school again is also the sign that summer […]
Kids Wing Chun Academy - If you like this post - share it with others ! Kids Wing Chun Academy is a school that is based on teaching children of all ages discipline, good behaviour, respect as well as instilling self confidence and the skills of self defence. We recently had the oportunity to interview Sifu Jude Hudson.     […]
Magnesium Rich Foods for Children’s Bone Health - If you like this post - share it with others ! Milk has long been the staple drink to help kids with the growth of bones.  Parents are encouraged to give their children enough milk and other calcium rich foods such as cheese and yoghurt, but new research has found that other non calcium based […]