The team at theAsianparent.com consults specialist Dr Lynn Chiam, currently serving with the Children-Adult Skincare Clinic at Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Medical Centre on eczema in children and how to appropriately combat the problem.
Today, the Internet is our children’s favourite ‘playground’. Technology gives children today more ways to connect, socialise and communicate than ever before, which is great. The downside is that the child can be either purposely or unknowingly using technology to hurt others emotionally. Cyberbullying, essentially the new high-tech version of the schoolyard bully, is increasingly a prominent threat to our children.
Prominent paediatrician from Lyen Children’s Clinic, Dr Kenneth Reginald Lyen, shares knowledge and advice on everything toy related. Find out: How much time, on average, should children spend playing toys each day?, how much money should parents invest in toys?, what kind of toys should be recommended for a child at each phase of his or her life?, toys that can be detrimental to your kid and much more.
Ms Chow Pek Yee is the President of the Federation of Asian Nutrition Societies, tells parents everything they need to know about breakfast: top 5 breakfast combinations, tips for parents whose children refuse to have breakfast, top reasons kids should never skip breakfast and a whole lot more.
A wise man once said ‘If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.’ This age old adage applies to everything and that includes your child’s preschool education. If your child is due to attend preschool in the near future, then check out these tips from 2 experts we have interviewed to find out how you can better prepare your child for preschool.
Yesterday we spoke to two highly influential figures in the preschool industry, Dr T. Chandroo and Ms. Charmaine Soh. These two experts provide us with an insightful view into the preschool industry in Singapore which everyone should read about.
Professor Namsoo Chang reveals the foods to steer clear from while you are pregnant. She also talks about the five foods you should take regularly and the potential negative health consequences for the infant (and into adulthood) if maternal nutrition is compromised. Read this Q & A to find out more…