• Physiotherapy can be very effective in managing scoliosis, according to Margarita Gurevich, Senior Physiotherapist at Health Point Physiotherapy.

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  • It’s a familiar scene played out in bedrooms around Australia. Parents bid their teenager goodnight and turn off the light – only to discover that instead of sleeping, they're still watching, posting or texting hours later. Principal of Pymble Ladies' College, Vicki Waters, sheds some light on the effects of screen-time at night and what parents can do to minimise it.

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  • Even though we may have planned and wanted to be parents, it can still be a sudden shock for many of us. A positive framework can make us happier and stronger parents and so Kate Wilkie, of Flourishing Mothers, has shared the five essential pillars to boost our wellbeing.

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  • 29% of children aged 9-11 years old were found to have eye damage from the sun’s ultraviolet light (UV).

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  • Besides noise, weather and an unsettled baby; what else can affect your sleep? Well, according to Professor of Psychology and Sleep Psychologist, Dorothy Bruck; where you live, your ethnicity, your education and your income can all contribute to your quality of sleep.

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  • Written by doctors and supported by the Eczema Association of Australasia, new children’s book Elliot’s Meditotz Adventure helps kids understand and get to grips with the itch-and-cream routine.

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  • Suspect that mentally challenging work makes you overeat? You’re not imagining it.

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  • Mother Emily Shepard leads the way for kids losing their sight and hearing to a little-known genetic condition.

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  • Did you know postnatal depression and anxiety affects around one in 10 new dads? The condition does not discriminate against race, religion or gender, according to Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia (PANDA).

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  • Smiling Mind and beyondblue have delivered an app that helps from day one of pregnancy through to two years after birth.

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  • When Maddy was born, there was no sign anything was wrong. But by 12 months, everyday abilities weren’t developing normally.

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  • Lisa Chamberlain sheds light on her son William’s experience with childhood heart disease.

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  • Have you experienced the ability of music to evoke certain moods? Music’s now being used as an interventional tool for adolescents through the program ‘Tuned In’.

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  • Diabetes is more than just a physical condition, Rachelle explains. “I think your child might have type 1 diabetes. Go straight to hospital and I’ll notify them of your arrival.”

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  • Have you heard of spatial processing disorder (SPD)? It's the reason behind one in every 100 children having difficulty understanding speech in noisy environments, despite having passed a standard hearing test.

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  • Have you heard of The Eczema Diet?

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  • Do you take ‘The Pill’ to help with PMS, heavy or irregular periods or acne?

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  • From Norway to Vanuatu to Chile - how does pregnancy differ around the world?

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  • Is your health stuck in a rut? These little-known alternative therapies may be just what you need.

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