Everything you want to know about common illnesses in children - from how to treat them to when you should make the trip to the doctor.
Dr Joanna McMillan
Ward off those winter bugs with Dr Joanna McMillan’s top ten immunity booster super foods for kids.
With only a third of preschoolers meeting the recommended physical activity guidelines, every minute counts.
It's time for women to take care of themselves, too. That's the clear message researchers are hoping to convey, after two studies found that women will call an ambulance for the men in their lives, their husbands, fathers and brothers, when they experience heart attack symptoms, but not for themselves.
While women have rightly made huge strides in the workplace, the same is still not true in many homes.
About half of all children experience sleep problems at some point and "sleep pressure"" is one treatment that can help, says this paediatric sleep specialist.
A four-year-old girl too "ashamed" to wear new glasses gets a huge response from fellow glasses wearers.
The age a child starts puberty may be related to their parents' height relative to their own, finds a new study. The research, published in the journal PLOS, suggests that this so-called "height gap" could explain both early and late onset puberty - and remove the need for unnecessary diagnostic testing.
When I step into a change-room cubicle, every element within conspires to make me feel unattractive and tense.
Food is not the enemy.
Adults judge boys' pain as being more severe than girls', finds a new new Yale study, which suggests that we take girls' pain less seriously - and from an early age, too.
The findings come as Beyond Blue chairwoman Julia Gillard returns to her Adelaide high school to highlight the 'Be You' support program.
A new study highlights just how stressful modern parenting has become.