Videos

🎥 Supporting Year 12s this academic year during COVID-19 1 min read

Coronavirus means Year 12 students nationwide are preparing for a very different year. Psychologist Collett Smart discusses how you can help your child thrive in their last year of school during COVID-19.

🎥 Food hygiene and what you should not be doing in your kitchen 1 min read

Food safety at home. Nutritionist Amanda Muhl shares her top tips for making your kitchen a safe place for food preparation.

🎥 Safe medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding 1 min read

Your baby’s growth and development can be affected by what you put into your body. As each medicine is different, obstetrician-gynaecologist Dr Simon Woods breaks down what you will need to be aware of to make the best decision for...

🎥 Toddler development milestones 1 min read

Children can reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave and move (like crawling, walking or jumping) at different times and still be considered normal. We talk to Dr David Hartshorn to find out more.

🎥 How to prepare for a two-week food supply 1 min read

Although we are coming out of lockdown, there may be times you may need to self-isolate again if you get sick. If you and your family need to prepare for two weeks of food, it's important to pay attention to...

🎥 Vaginal yeast infections: What is it, how to treat it and do you have it? 1 min read

A vaginal yeast infection is a fungal infection that causes irritation, discharge and intense itchiness. Also called vaginal candidiasis, vaginal yeast infection affects up to 3 out of 4 women at some point in their lifetimes. Dr Peter Wood, obstetrician-gynaecologist...

🎥 How to know when to take your child to the doctor 1 min read

It is one of the most common parenting questions out there. Your child is not feeling well, so should you visit the GP? Particularly at the moment with COVID-19, what's the best thing to do? We sit down with Dr...

Weight gain and body issues post lockdown 1 min read

We've been through a lot the past few months and being hard on yourself about your body should not be one of them! Psychologist Collett Smart talks us through on how to be kind to ourselves and how we can...

Why you need to be eating less salt 1 min read

We're told not to give it to very young kids and that we shouldn't have too much of it ourselves. It's a delicate balance because our bodies need a little bit of salt every day for the sodium it contains....

Preventing urinary incontinence in women 1 min read

Since you've had kids, laughing and even running has become a bit of a dangerous activity for you and your bladder. Perhaps you've even stopped skipping or jumping on the trampoline. Urinary incontinence (or UI) in women is defined as involuntary...