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Table for Two and a Half

Table for Two and a Half

Having a baby does not mean being a hermit and forgoing all interactions with your fellow human beings. However, it does not hurt to be prepared when braving the great outdoors with Baby in tow. Read More
Let Creativity Heal the Wounded Soul

Let Creativity Heal the Wounded Soul

Research suggests that the very act of using our hands and body to explore our creativity (such as through art, movements and drama) can lift our moods and improve our mental wellbeing. It can also, under the guidance of counsellors, help the heart and soul to heal. Read More
Nipping Obesity in the Bud

Nipping Obesity in the Bud

With the number of overweight Malaysian children reaching an all-new high, the need for children to adopt healthy lifestyles couldn’t be greater. HealthToday talks to Mark Williams, the official coach of the Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2016 to discover exactly how we can shape a healthier future for the next generation. Read More
My Child is a Bully...

My Child is a Bully...

We have heard much about correcting the behaviour of children who bully others, but what if the bully is none other than your child? How do you nip your child’s bullying behaviour in the bud? Read More
The Butterfly Children

The Butterfly Children

Consultant Paediatrician & President of DEBRA Malaysia Dr Leong Kin Fon lifts the curtain on epidermolysis bullosa, a rare skin condition which causes the skin of children to become as fragile as a butterfly’s wings. Read More
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