Little Noses News

Top tips for better sleep

October 30th, 2012

Settling your child for sleep can be a difficult task indeed, especially if you have a baby with a blocked nose because of spring allergies. Sleep is made more difficult for a child dealing with allergies or the baby flu, because the mucus buildup in their nose makes it harder to breathe, with younger babies […]

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Insect bites and stings in spring and summer

October 29th, 2012

As we draw closer to summer, you might find your child spending more time outdoors enjoying the return of blue skies and sunshine – a welcome change after dealing with baby flu in winter. It's great to get amongst the fresh spring blooms and lush green grass, but sometimes there are creepy crawlies that may […]

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Hay fever peak season

October 25th, 2012

Do you have a baby with a blocked nose? Maybe they have itchy, watery eyes, are sneezing and have symptoms similar to the baby flu. Your child may be reacting to the abundance of pollen in the air with spring now here, causing a condition called allergic rhinitis, otherwise commonly known as hay fever. The […]

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Fun games for National Children’s Week

October 24th, 2012

Take some time this week to have fun and engage with your baby or toddler for National Children's Week, running from October 20 to 28. Children's Week is celebrated every year in the fourth week of October, acknowledging children and their skills, talents and abilities. What better way to celebrate your child's right to enjoy […]

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Myths about allergies

October 23rd, 2012

The spring season brings leaves back to barren trees and fresh new blooms to decorate our gardens, but along with it also comes the return of allergies. These can emit flu-like symptoms, where you might find your baby with a stuffy nose, red, itchy eyes and finding it difficult to breathe. Some parents might just […]

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Mums-to-be: Your baby product list

October 22nd, 2012

Becoming a new mum can be a strange experience for many, with the physical, mental and emotional changes that your body goes through. It can be a little scary for some also as they find themselves in a place unknown with a whole lot of baby clothes, food, cribs and car seats to buy – […]

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Babies and wheezing

October 19th, 2012

If you find that your baby or toddler is wheezing, you may put it down to your child having the baby flu or as a sign of asthma. However, the National Asthma Council Australia says that wheezing is very common in the first few years of life and that for many children it is temporary […]

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Spring baby flu blues

October 18th, 2012

Although the cold months of winter have passed and we find ourselves in the fresh season of spring, you may still find that you have a baby with a stuffy nose. This may be due to allergies brought up by the colourful, new spring blooms or even your child may even a case of the […]

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Head out on a teddy bear’s picnic at the park

October 17th, 2012

Enjoy this fine spring weather by taking your children out for a teddy bear's picnic at your local park! You won't have to worry about cold winter winds snapping at your children with the risk of baby flu, as the mild weather of spring makes it ideal to head outdoors again. National Children's Week takes […]

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Global Handwashing Day

October 16th, 2012

Did you do your bit for Global Handwashing Day yesterday? Every year on October 15, over 200 million people are involved in the event held in 100 countries around the globe to promote handwashing. Handwashing day has spread internationally as medical practitioners acknowledge that washing hands is the effective way to prevent spreading infection bugs […]

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