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Tantrums in two-year-olds are not exactly fun for parents, but spare a thought for those parents whose fourand five-year-olds regularly attack the floor and even them.
Few parents escape the embarrassment of their child having a tantrum at the supermarket checkout or on the floor of a restaurant.
More awareness of this is needed
Sleep is essential for a child to grow and stay healthy, but achieving a routine that is comfortable for both child and parents is not always easy. Penny Tassoni offers advice.
Remember how important it is to protect children in the sun with tips from Annette Rawstrone.
Q: Are accidents at home a big problem for children in the UK?
The importance of giving children vaccines is explained by NHS Immunisation Information.
Advice from the Meningitis Research Foundation
Should you give your child a dummy? It's a seemingly simple question but a difficult one to answer. Only you can decide whether your child should have one, but it is worth weighing up the pros and cons.
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