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PARENTING ADVICE

/*by Ryan Edward Kalb*/ Schools and tests are ess...

Reading to your little one before bed is a great way to send them off to the land of nod. It’s also a lovely part of the bedtime routine that you can continue for many years. We all remember having bedtime stories read to us, and your children will too. We asked around the office and here are some of our favourite bedtime stories! ...

/*by Siobhan Brown*/ Are your children struggling to focus? The old sayings "you are what you eat" ...

Twenty to thirty percent of children in cross-sectional studies have significant bedtime problems or night waking, and in most cases, these have behavioral causes and solutions. The estimated prevalence of behavioral sleep disturbances in children is remarkably similar across studies, despite som...

/*by Siobhan Brown*/ More people are suffering from food allergies than ever before. There is a large volume of credible evidence that suggests this could be due, in part, to an increase in additives within our food. The old sayings "you are what you eat," and "an apple a day," that parents and...

  /*By Ian Thurston-Barnes,* Director of LUC P...

We caught up with a couple of experts who gave us some sage advice on how to create a great sleeping environment for your little one, and how to survive the tough times. Louise Roy has been living in Shanghai for almost 12 years and you may know her as one of the original ‘Shanghai Doulas’. S...

When we go to bed, we do certain things that make us tired. Maybe we read, perhaps we meditate, but we certainly take a little time to unwind, and our children are no different. Here are some handy tips that should help those eyes to get heavy and that little head to nod… *1) Make sure the temperature is just right* 24 degrees is a good temperature to keep the room at year round. Too hot or too cold and they will stir and wake. *2) Associate something with bedtime* Whether it’s a pacifie...

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