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As Ireland prepares for more sunny spells and hot weather, people are more likely to cool off with dips in the seas, rivers and lakes. However, there are some steps you should take to stay safe.
On May 25 we will be asked to remove unborn children’s right to life of from the Constitution. Why? To make abortion widely available up to 24 weeks of pregnancy, and even to make abortion legal up to birth in certain cases.
Pop into Peekaboo Athlone this week and pick up some unbeatable bargains on baby furniture, clothing, travel systems, accessories, and much more.
The possibility of a long term bathing ban at Ballyloughane Beach has again highlighted the urgent need for investment in the country’s water infrastructure, according to local Fine Gael TD Brian Walsh.
Startling new research from the Road Safety Authority (RSA) has found that as many as four of every five childrens’ car seats are incorrectly fitted.
Nappy rash is a spotty, red inflammation of the baby’s bottom which is painful and itchy. In mild nappy rash, there will be a pink rash, usually made up of small spots, or blotches. Symptoms of severe nappy rash include pain, bright red spots, dry, cracked and broken skin, swelling, ulcers, and blisters on the skin. In severe cases, the rash will cover more than 10 per cent of the nappy area, and may spread down the legs, or up to the tummy. General advice includes:
The RSA’s ‘Check it Fits’ service aims to save lives by ensuring that child seats are properly fitted in cars.
The daily routine of taking make-up off at the end of a long day or an even later night often has us reaching for wipes whether to use with our favourite cleanser and toner or on their own.
When your little one is able to sit up on his own and is starting to eat solid foods, usually between four and six months, it's time to add a highchair to your kitchen decor. Before you shop, ask your friends if they have a highchair they recommend.
Irish voluntary organisation, AIMS Ireland has launched an innovative public information campaign for women having babies in Ireland . The campaign, called 42 weeks, aims to inform and support women and their partners so that they can put decisions about their maternity care firmly in their hands, to ensure that they make the right choices, and have the best possible birth outcomes, for their babies and themselves.