Home > Parenting > Child > News News All sections in Parenting » Child » Pregnancy » Fertility » Baby » Child Nutrition » Body » Home » First Year » Multimedia » Birth » Pregnancy nutrition » Pregnancy week-by-week » Kindergesondheid Rape Crisis decries 4-year-old's rape ordeal Denying swift medical treatment for rape victims is dangerous, Rape Crisis tells Health24 as Paarl hospital faces shocking allegations of turning away a 4-year-old child that was assaulted. ASK The Paediatrician » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Quiz Are you ready for a baby? » Subscribe Parenting newsletter » Autistic savant 'reads minds' Tasting a lemon for the first time How a woman's body changes during pregnancy A pregnant woman’s body undergoes various physical changes that can be obvious or quite subtle. This infographic is Courtesy of pregnantweeks and designed by Graphs. Tragic baby and mom healthcare deaths increase in Mpumalanga As the world celebrates International Women's Day, the Democratic Alliance in Mpumalanga lashes out at the healthcare department over the increase in number of baby and mom deaths. Exercise in early childhood makes for healthier brains in adults Encouraging your child to be physically active from an early age may not only set them on a course of improved brain function, but may also help protect them against a variety of stress-related conditions in adulthood. Alcohol the most dangerous drug for kids Parents spend a lot of time worrying about substance abuse, but a new report highlights the fact that the most commonly abused and dangerous drug for children is alcohol. Bedwetting accidents: When parents kill... Bedwetting is common in kids but, as the case of the Bloemhof man who beat a child to death for wetting herself shows, this normal phase can drive parents to kill. In this three-part series, Health24 takes a look at why this happens and finds that punishment for enuresis is all too real. Breastfeeding and work - how to make it work Most women do not receive adequate maternity protection and returning to work is often a barrier to breastfeeding. But, according to the law, this should not be the case as working moms in South Africa are entitled to breaks for breastfeeding. Northern Cape boy attempts suicide A Northern Cape community are in shock after a ten-year-old orphan tried to kill himself. Does SA care about early childhood development? A massive 80% of young children in South Africa do not have access to out-of-home educational care leading up to their first year in school. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors The three stress-busting basics you can’t afford to ignore Detangle the myths from the facts Why you should try the cold or hot approach for sports-related injuries Head lice myth busters! Live healthier Coffee and wine for the win! » Could heartburn drugs upset your 'good' gut bacteria? Life is a gut reaction Good news! Coffee & wine may promote a healthy gut Diverse bacteria help your gut stay healthy. Here's how what you eat and drink can help or harm that balance - and it's not all bad news. I gave hubby HIV » Giving babies antibodies promptly may eliminate HIV Vaginal ring to prevent HIV on the cards I gave my husband HIV and watched him die Stephanie van Niekerk unwittingly infected her husband with HIV and ended up having to watch him wither and die in front of her very eyes. This is Stephanie's story in her own words.