Quick Guide to CPR for Babies

Quick Guide to CPR for Babies

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a very useful skill for most parents to have. Even though it is hopefully unlikely that you will ever need to perform CPR on your child, it is one of those skills that is an essential part of your parenting toolbox. You never know, you may end up saving someone’s life.

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What you need in your family's first aid kit

What you need in your family's first aid kit

Home tumbles and accidents can be inevitable with small kids, Sarah Hunstead from CPR Kids gives us her tips on what to have in your family home first aid kit. Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents.

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What to know if you’re new to nosebleeds

What to know if you’re new to nosebleeds

It’s very common for children to get nosebleeds, yet it’s still alarming when your kids come running with blood pouring from their face. Sarah takes us through what to do. Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. 

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When is a rash serious?

When is a rash serious?

Small children, babies especially, are prone to contracting rashes. And it’s hard to know when a rash might be serious. Sarah gives us some tips on how to tell when you need to get help. Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. 

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Recognising dangerous breathing problems

Recognising dangerous breathing problems

Coughs and sneezes are inevitable in kids. However, it can get worse and it’s important to know when to seek help. Sarah explains what to look for when your child isn’t breathing properly. Part of Kinderling Conversations for parents.

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Steering clear of cold and flu germs

Steering clear of cold and flu germs

You know it's going to happen at some point. When a child socializes with others... they will get sick, and so will you. So how can we avoid the dreaded lurgy when germs surround us?

Sarah easy ways to be the healthiest you can be. art of the Kinderling Conversation for parents.

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How to treat a child’s head injury

How to treat a child’s head injury

Head injury is every parent or carer’s worst nightmare. Sarah lists what to do if your child gets a nasty bump on the head. CPR Kid’s also has a YouTube video on necessary immediate treatment. Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. 

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Chop up the grapes! 5 ways to prevent your child from choking

Chop up the grapes! 5 ways to prevent your child from choking

Babies and toddlers learn by exploring their world. One of the ways they do this (often to the angst of their parents) is by putting pretty much everything they come across into their mouths. This is completely normal and an important developmental stage, however when they get their hands on the wrong object, choking (and possibly poisoning) can be an issue. As featured on the Bupa Blue Room.

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Managing the ins and outs of family gastro

Managing the ins and outs of family gastro

Beginning with the slightest of tummy pains, all the way down to the duration of symptoms, Sarah explains what to do when your family is struck down. When the virus spreads like wildfire, here's how you can be prepared for gastro.Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents.

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