Sleep regressions exist throughout different months of a baby’s first year of life. The timeframe for sleep regressions usually lasts for about three to six weeks and causes a baby to wake from their sleep frequently at night or during daytime naps. The science behind sleep regression can be due to the development of the brain and your baby starting […]Continue reading »
Science and research play a major role in understanding certain subjects of parenting and parenthood in our magazine.
When thinking about the first years of a child’s life, it is important to understand that these early years are fundamental to their future health and development in being healthy and strong. The brain grows at a fast pace from birth through to early childhood. The brain does continue to develop and change into adulthood, but the first 8 years […]Continue reading »
The news is sometimes dominated by breakthroughs in children’s medical research. To know which findings are worth looking at can be difficult and very time-consuming. In a world where news is prominent on all platforms, including newspapers and any smart device or television, it’s difficult to keep up with all the information about children’s health and development. This makes things […]Continue reading »