Women need to be supported to breastfeed when they return to work, says the Association for Dietetics in SA.
Scientists have known for some time that premature infants are at risk of difficulties in their relationships and careers when they grow up.
British scientists have made a major breakthrough that could one day help stop schizophrenia in its tracks.
Toddlers who watch too much TV are more likely to go on to be bullied at school, researchers say.
Supporting moms who breastfeed is crucial to their dignity and would help to improve infant survival rates, says Ena du Plessis.
Bringing hi-tech baby gadgets into the home may increase anxiety rather than quell it, writes Laura June.
Flexibility can make fine dining possible with toddlers. Fried cheese helps, too, write Nevin Martell and Jessica Strelitz.
According to researchers, children as young as three show concern for the welfare of others.
Sizile Makola has started a Twitter crusade on breastfeeding in public. Sipokazi Fokazi spoke to her.
A social media craze designed to help women feel more comfortable breastfeeding in public is not working.