5 Tips for choosing baby formula for a newborn

Dec 10 2021

Breastfeeding is recommended for babies during their first six months of being born. However, some mothers cannot or do not want to breastfeed. This leaves them the option of giving their newborn baby formulas. Baby formulas are designed to act as a suitable replacement for breastmilk and this contains all the essential nutrients needed by newborn babies. A newborn has a very weak immune system so baby formula products must have passed safety and quality standards set by the government. Still, some baby formula products have been associated with food poisoning and other complications which can be fatal to newborn babies. This leaves the parents with the task of carefully picking a suitable baby formula for their child. With that in mind, how do you choose the right baby formula for your baby? 

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Vital First Aid tips for parents!

Feb 15 2021
First Aid for Life

Keeping your loved one safe: Unfortunately, children are extremely likely to become injured from some form of accident at home.  

RoSPA report that around 6,000 people die from accidents at home every year. 

One of the most distressing elements is that most of these accidents could have been prevented. Learning basic first aid can help you recognise possible accident hotspots and understand how to better protect your child at home.

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Closure of Popular Mother and Baby Groups During Lockdown Breaks Mental Health ‘Lifeline’ for New Parents

Dec 26 2020

New study reveals 4 in 10 UK parents with newborn babies felt unsupported by local health services during lockdown. The nationwide closure of popular parent and baby groups during the most recent lockdown has sparked a backlash from parents with newborns across the UK, who rely heavily on this social interaction and health support during what is a difficult and isolating time for many new mothers. The study, which was independently commissioned by nationwide baby group franchise Baby Sensory, polled several hundreds of new parents across the country on their views around the closures of these essential support groups. The study revealed that despite removing what is a vital lifeline for 95% of new parents polled, 4 in 10 say they felt unsupported by their local health service throughout the lockdown period. 

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