Children’s eczema is chronic, superficial inflammation of the skin that is often seen in children with a family history of children’s allergic rhinitis (hayfever), children’s asthma or children’s dermatitis.  Seventy percent of children’s eczema starts under 5 years of age and approximately 50% of infants who suffer from children’s eczema will continue to have one or more symptoms into adulthood.  Children’s eczema can be very stressful where significant lifestyle changes are required, such as missing out on fun activities like going for a swim or playing sports. Signs & Symptoms of Children’s Eczema include: ✅ Itching and/or oozing and crusting of lesions. ✅...

There are many varieties of milk available and choosing the healthiest type of milk to suit your child can be confusing. Whether you're looking beyond cows milk for health reasons or you would like to experiment with plant based alternatives available, you may well wonder which is the best type of milk to feed your child. Most kids when past weaning should avoid milk altogether because all their nutritional requirements is provided by the food they eat. In the initial stages of changing from one type of milk to another, slowing start dilating the regular milk...

The skin is the body’s largest vital organ and accounts for approximately 15% of total body weight. If your child suffers from a skin condition such as eczema, rashes, pimples, dermatitis or acne, these are all typical signs of something else going on in their body. You may not realise there is a direct link between the health of your child’s gut and their skin and this is called the Gut-Skin Axis. If the gut is inflamed, leaky and not functioning at its best, this can negatively undermine the health of your child’s skin. Skin conditions such as eczema and rashes are often immune...

Children who are raised with animals from a young age are exposed to an assortment of bacteria that reside on their pets. Furry family members can bring countless 'healthy' bacteria found in nature inside the home which is carried on their paws and fur. It's this exposure to a diverse range of beneficial bacteria that experts believe is responsible strengthening a child's immune system. There is a diverse range of bacteria living in your child's gut and animal exposure helps to increase the different types of bacteria and the more bacteria the better. These microbes work...

Kids Health Club

Memberships coming soon.

Only $10 monthly.