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All4Baby is a family owned business established in 2010 with the aim of simplifying the whole area of shopping for you and your baby. All4Baby opened the largest nursery store in Galway, which is located on the Tuam Road, with ease of access for buggies and more than 90 free car parking spaces.
The Catholic Grandparents’ Association is hosting a social gathering in the Castlecourt Hotel, Westport, on May 8. The event is open to the public and there is no admission fee.
The rescheduled date for the Connacht Baby Show is Sunday March 3 in Breaffy House Hotel, Castlebar. An event for new and expectant parents, The Connacht Baby Show is teaming up with some great local businesses and services, so you can find out about the latest baby products and services available in your local area. The fair takes place from 12 noon to 5pm with free admission and all are welcome.
A scientific report published by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) highlights key recommendations to improve the nation’s baby feeding patterns and nutrition. Scientific Recommendations for a National Infant Feeding Policy in Ireland highlights a number of key concerns with current infant feeding trends and outlines specific actions and advice to improve the nutritional diet of mums-to-be and infants from birth to one year. The report is based on research into infant feeding practices in Ireland and the latest international scientific opinion. It states that emerging evidence worldwide shows good nutrition during pregnancy and throughout an infant’s first year, can have a significant positive impact on health throughout a person’s life.
Nursing mothers in Galway are invited to take part in a breastfeeding challenge at the weekend in a bid to set a world record.
The west’s biggest hospital is one of eight hospitals in Ireland which has been recognised as Baby Friendly.
The Midland Regional Hospital in Mullingar joined an elite group of designated baby-friendly hospitals when they were presented with the Baby Friendly National Award this week.
The networked world's social habits are changing. As email revolutionised business communication, so social networking has profoundly changed how people interact privately, and even how they start and end relationships. That’s why ESET Ireland has commissioned a survey carried out by Amárach Research on 850 people, to reveal how Irish people react online and on social media after an emotionally stressful event of a relationship break-up.
The radical changes in society over the past few decades are reflected in our childrearing practices. Parenting is generally far removed from the strict, punitive methods employed only a few generations ago.
Common sense parenting is a skill-based parenting programme facilitated by two public health nurses. It is a seven week programme for parents of children from newborn to six.