Cute or Uncoordinated? Does your Child’s Clumsiness Mean Something?
Every kid has their own way of being quirky, awkward or uncoordinated. While this might seem cute to most parents, there are some signs that you should never disregard. Here are 3 signs to know if your clumsy child may actually need help. 1. Difficulty in Developing Gross Motor Skills Starting from infancy, there are […]
Is your Child not Hydrated Enough? Smart Ideas to Drink More Water Daily
Tips to get your Child to Drink More Water! It can be difficult to get your children to drink water, however, drinking water is important, even more so if they are active. Our bodies lose water through sweating, digestion, and even breathing. Here are a few ways you can follow to get your kids to […]
11 Tips On Healthy Eating for Kids and Family.
Confused about what is a healthy diet for you and your child? Make healthier choices as a family!! Are you confused with all the nutritional advice these days? Especially at the start of the new year, it’s like every social media platform and website is pushing a different diet or exercise plan to lose weight […]
Eczema & Sports: Can my child live an active lifestyle with eczema?
Dr. John O’Shea, a medical doctor, and co-founder of Suu Balm, a range of products for people with eczema developed with local dermatologist Dr. Tey Hong Liang, at the National Skin Centre, Singapore. I frequently get asked by people with eczema, and parents of kids with eczema, whether it is ok to participate in sports […]
Parents’ summer holiday worries
Oh, the summer holidays. Waking up late, eating all day and lazing around watching TV or playing video games – it’s the stuff kids’ wildest dreams are made of. As a parent, it’s natural to want your child to kick back and live out their idyllic conception of a good summer holiday. However, research suggests that […]
Does playing sports excel your kids’ academic performance?
Contrary to popular belief, a commitment to sports does not jeopardize a child’s academics – rather, it enhances it. Research has shown that beyond the numerous health and mental benefits, exercise and sports boost the development of a child’s brain. Quite literally, research has shown active kids to be brainier, in that parts of their […]
Singapore’s War With Diabetes
Did you know that Singapore has the second-highest proportion of diabetics in developed nations worldwide? Or that each day, four Singaporeans undergo amputations as a result of Diabetes? With a population of 5.6 million people, there were more than 600,000 cases of diabetes in 2017. This number is expected to grow to 1 million by […]