Today Dr Megs blogs about a much requested topic: “Ways to help children with dyslexia.” This article is long – BUT hopefully TEACHERS and PARENTS alike will find helpful hints to support the little person in their life who has dyslexia (otherwise known as “Specific Learning Disability in reading”).
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Dr Katie (general practitioner) blogs today about the unfortunate resurgence of measles in Australia over recent years. She tells us all about why this has happened, what to look for if you think your child has measles and most importantly, what to do about it.
So I've been so lazy lately, resting on my laurels... Once I completed my last uni assessment for the semester, my brain kind of imploded into a smushy, gooey mess - rendering me unable to write anything worth reading. So I gave myself a bit of a break. Mother's Day...
Today Dr Megs blogs about a common infection with a bad reputation. Glandular Fever or “infectious mononucleosis.” This awful condition is caused by the Epstein-Barr Virus – come and find out how to know if your child has it, and how to prevent it.