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Twin cots for UHG's neonatal unit

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Twin babies can continue to experience the closeness they had in the womb now after birth thanks to the introduction of twin cots at University Hospital Galway's neonatal unit.

Patience urged as one-way experiences teething issues

 

Baboró to host Wide Eyes festival for babies and young children

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More than 100 arts professionals from 15 European countries will arrive in Galway this coming February for Wide Eyes, a four day festival of theatre and dance shows for babies and young children.

Calpol searching for a little teething character

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Calpol knows that the teething period can be painful and uncomfortable for babies and indeed a trying time for parents.

Calpol searching for a little teething character

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Calpol knows that the teething period can be painful and uncomfortable for babies and indeed a trying time for parents.

Water Babies autumn term

Water Babies' autumn term starts the week of August 24 and the company is now taking bookings for classes. Classes take place in Galway in the Clayton Hotel, Salthill, Claregalway, Athenry, and Enable Ireland in Newcastle.

Badly fitted childrens’ car seats a serious concern

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.

Dealing with nappy rash

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:

Check your child’s car seat

The RSA’s ‘Check it Fits’ service aims to save lives by ensuring that child seats are properly fitted in cars.

When is baby ready for a highchair?

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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.

 

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