Abused kids not destined to be abusive parents

A study has found that the conventional belief that abused kids will grow up to be abusive adults, is not necessarily accurate. Instead parents who have experienced child abuse are less likely to abuse their own children.

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Warning for mothers against at-home enemas

A doctor has called on mothers should not administer homemade, soap-based enemas after a Pretoria infant risked dehydration following an attempt to rid her of tapeworms.

Nestlé slashes sugar in Nesquik

Nestlé SA is cutting the added sugar in its Nesquik flavoured milk products and it will also no longer contain artificial colours or flavours.

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