Most viral articles on theAsianparent Singapore in 2018
These are some serious reminders to parents about what to do and what not to do.
This year has been an interesting one for news. So much has happened. There have been many tragedies and also many warnings to parents from others.
In case you missed it, these are the top stories from 2018:
Unfortunately, Little Zelle did not make it through the year and we wish the family our deepest condolences.
This heartbreaking case of a baby dying because of cigarette smoke is a tragic reminder to all smokers to avoid smoking around little ones.
You don't have to be shy to admit that you low-key tagged your husbands in this.
A toddler died of HFMD this year. There was an outbreak in Singapore daycares and we kept parents updated on the list of childcare centres affected.
Child safety in public places was highlighted this year when this case arose. Parents were warned not to let their children go to the bathrooms alone.
This viral Internet trend that encourages kids to commit suicide is one of the darkest moments for 2018. Parents were cautioned to protect their children from the Momo Suicide Challenge.
What was meant to be a routine spinal anaesthesia injection before childbirth turned horribly wrong, leaving a mum never to be able to care for her own son.
There is a reason why doctors have prescribed your children medicine... Don't go changing it up to your liking and always check to see if whatever substance you're using is safe for kids.
This story is a grim reminder to parents not to feed their babies honey, especially if they are under the age of one! It can cause botulism in babies and lead to death.
A 10-day-old baby died after his grandmother fed him banana porridge. It doesn't matter who the caretaker of the baby is, you should caution anyone who is caring for your baby not to feed them solids until they are of age.