Home > Parenting > 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 Low testosterone may make you a better father A study found that when men saw their infants in distress and their testosterone declined, they were more nurturing and sensitive fathers. ASK The Paediatrician » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Quiz Are you ready for a baby? » Subscribe Parenting newsletter » How to stimulate your baby How to massage a new baby Vit D supplement during pregnancy largely unnecessary Only babies born in winter might benefit from vitamin D supplementation to help counteract low levels caused by seasonal loss of sunlight. Rice cereals introduce babies to junk food – Noakes Rice cereals are a child's earliest introduction to junk food, Professor Tim Noakes has said during a hearing into his conduct by the Health Professions Council of SA. Better pain relief needed for preemies Experts say pain relief for newborns and especially preemies is often inadequate, despite evidence that low-tech comforting methods and medication can both be effective. Brain-dead Polish woman gives birth to baby boy A mother's life-support system that kept her alive for 55 days was turned off hours after the birth of her baby. 10 back-to-school checks Make sure your child is in tip-top shape to face the new school year. 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. Womb transplant recipient grateful for chance at pregnancy A 26-year-old woman, identified as Lindsey, is the first American to receive a uterus transplant which will give her the chance to have a baby of her own. More hospitals offering donor breast milk for preemies Infants given donor breast milk were less likely to develop a potentially dangerous gut infection called necrotizing enterocolitis, according to the journal 'Paediatrics'. More evidence gay parents raise well-adjusted kids In a study researchers found that children raised by homosexual parents showed no differences compared to children of heterosexual parents. Why we need to take asthma more seriously Thousands of South Africans have asthma but don’t know they have it, and aren’t getting treatment – thereby putting themselves at great risk. Weight loss after pregnancy Many mothers get frantic about losing their figures as pregnancy progresses. Don't panic - help is at hand. 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. Cleveland surgeons perform nation's first uterus transplant Cleveland surgeons performed America's first uterus transplant. This is a new frontier that aims to give women who lack wombs a chance to become pregnant. We don't always know why kids commit suicide Parents are often unaware of their teens' hurt and grievances because of a lack of communication and interaction. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Eat smart for a healthy heart with B-well’s Canola oil Put back what life takes out with StaminoGro! Win a Controlice® hamper worth R800 Is erectile dysfunction a taboo topic in relationships? Live healthier Caffeine and Kids » Good news! Coffee and wine may promote a healthy gut Daily caffeine may not push up your heart beat Health check: is caffeine actually bad for kids? Is there truth to the belief that coffee stunts children's growth or disturbs their rest? Yum! » Heat up some chicken soup Home-made soup is best for your bones How to make super-nutritious winter soups Soup is a great comfort food, especially in winter, but we need to make sure our soups contain the maximum amount of nutrients without providing too many kilojoules.