The British Psychological Society is urging the government to reconsider its emphasis on the idea that children and young people need to ‘catch up’ on their education, and that supporting
It was when Nicola was 23 weeks pregnant when she received the shock of her life. Her daughter, Edie, who was only the one pound and four ounces, was born.
First things first – if your child has just been diagnosed with ADHD, it is not a result of poor parenting or because of something you’ve done. ADHD is a
After a blissfully normal final scan at 36 weeks, I had reduced foetal movements at about 37 and a half weeks. I’d been for coffee with my lovely NCT friends
When my son was first born I remember being hit with a multitude of feelings. To be honest I was a bit all over the place for a few years.
If you’re struggling with your mental health, there’s no shame in reaching out and asking for help. While speaking to your GP is often a good port of call, there
I will never forget the first time I heard the word ‘haemophilia’. It was over the phone. I had called the hospital for the blood test results we had been
A mother-to-be who developed agonising blisters all over her skin, was shocked to discover she had a rare allergy to her own baby. Hayley Keywood, 33, developed itchy, burning blisters