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Having trouble getting your child away from the TV? Try these tips to get them out and active.
Advice and information for parents who may be worried about their teenage child.
Getting teenagers to talk about what's bothering them can be hard. Follow these tips to help you get teens talking.
Cooking for a family, including a fussy eater or two? These tips will help your kids get their 5 A DAY.
Head lice can't be killed with normal shampoo. Here's how to banish them from your child's hair.
Advice on how to cope with heated arguments with your teenager, and what to do if they become violent.
Information and advice for parents on coping with a teenager, including dealing with difficult behaviour.
From brushing their first tooth to the first trip to the dentist, here's how to care for your child's teeth.
This NHS programme aims to help children achieve a healthy weight.
Practical advice for parents of overweight children, including tips on healthy eating and physical activity.
Tips to help you talk openly about drugs with your child.
Want to do some homework before talking about puberty with your child? Here are some books, websites, leaflets and courses to get you started.
Bullying is a big concern for many parents and carers. Find out what you can do to help your child.
If your child has a long-term health condition, they may need support at school. Find out what to expect.
If you're worried about a child you think has a problem, getting them to talk about it can really help.
How to talk to your teenage child about sex and relationships, including contraception, pregnancy and STIs.
Tips for parents of children with kidney disease on making friends, exercising and taking medicines.
Diana and Sol tried couples therapy when their marriage was in trouble.
Psychotherapist Paula Hall offers advice on how to cope and stay healthy when you're getting a divorce.
BMI is a good way to check if you're a healthy weight. Use our BMI calculator to check the whole family and get tailored information and advice.
Caring for a disabled child can make feeding, toilet training and getting them to sleep more challenging, but help is at hand
Find out how you can work with your child's school to help keep them healthy and happy
Find out about adopting or fostering a child from care, the health issues and post-adoption support and services
All you need to know about pregnancy, birth and looking after a baby, including feeding and trying to get pregnant
Find out what's available for new parents through the NHS, local authority, helplines and local parent groups
Information on child health, including healthy diet, fitness, sex education and exam stress
Find out how to support someone with a learning disability, including their education and coping with challenging behaviour
Find out which vaccinations are routinely offered on the NHS and at what age they are needed
Spot the warning signs of depression in children and teenagers, and see what help is available
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