There's been a risky development in treating milk allergy with the offending substance it's one not to be tried at homePeanuts are probably what jump to mind first when you think of food allergy in children, but many kids also have problems with ...
Vitamin D is in the news a lot these days - from heart health to bone health to risk of cancer, but what about pregnancy? There's been a fascinating study of women who developed diabetes in pregnancy which found nearly half of them had low vitamin...
More in our gripping 3 part series on anxiety Adolescence can be a tough time for anyone but those dealing with an anxiety disorder can have a particularly hard time, especially when their condition goes unrecognised or untreated. When young peopl...
A woman's mental state can affect her periods and ability to conceive a baby.There's an amazing communication system between a woman's ovaries and her brain, but many will be surprised to learn the main action of ovulation actually comes from the ...
Just what do kids (and adults) get out of those wireless sports games you can play in your lounge room? Is there significant calorie burn? Tonic sorts fact from fiction and the results might surprise you.
A grieving daughter can now talk to her late mother from beyond the grave, thanks to a remarkable tattoo.
An MP moved the House of Commons to tears after recalling her stillborn baby "officially did not exist" despite knowing her heart was beating during the labour. Sharon Hodgson's voice cracked with emotion during her speech.
An operating theatre 'scrub' confessed to being "astonished" after beating odds of one in 500,000 - by becoming a mum to three sets of twins. Growing up, Misty Lang, 35, dreamed of becoming a mum to one or two children, only to end up with seven.
Half the sugar consumed by children comes from unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks, according to a campaign that suggests parents look out for snacks of no more than 100 calories at a time.
Six-year-old David is part of the new trans generation of people assigned the wrong sex at birth who chose to make the transition very early. This moving film explores the transitioning through first-hand stories told by four young people.
Imagine a school where playing video games is encouraged during classes and may even replace exams. A new educational programme uses SimCity to test children on vital problem-solving skills.
The idea of choosing your baby's hair and eye colour, IQ, height, weight and talents fills most of us with a sense of horror, but some are overcoming the taboo in a bid to create their 'perfect child'.
From the dangerous savannahs of Kenya to the winding trails of the Atlas mountains in Morocco, from the suffocating heat of Southern India to the vast, dizzying plateaux of Patagonia, these children are all united by the same quest, the same dream.
Follow the first year of four children as our tiny heroes explore their environment in locations that are worlds apart - the Namibian savannah, the Mongolian steppe, a Japanese megalopolis and sunny California.
The United States of Autism weaves the tale of a broad spectrum of American life in all its faiths, disparities, colours, and cultures - and the story of one man's 40-day, 11,000 mile journey across America to find answers for his family and son.
When filmmaker Luis Macias learned that his eight-year old son, Alejandro, was dyslexic, he decided to do what he does best... the resulting film tackles the issues surrounding dyslexia like few other documentaries.
Follow Devon Canada - Olympic boxing gold medalist, paediatric nurse and boxing coach - as she mentors two inner city teenagers, Emily and Zaneta, through her non-profit gym Elephant in the Room Boxing Club.
Follows a morbidly obese fifteen-year-old boy undergoing a lap-band operations, believed to be New Zealand's largest teenager.