Home > Parenting > News News All sections in Parenting » Child » Pregnancy » Baby » Nutrition » Body » Home » First Year Caffeine in pregnancy may not harm baby's IQ IQ and behavioural assessments found no evidence that mothers' caffeine consumption during pregnancy had any effect on their offspring. ASK The Paediatrician » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Quiz Are you ready for a baby? » Subscribe Parenting newsletter » Tasting a lemon for the first time How to stimulate your baby Italian 'mosaic embryos' turn into healthy babies Embryos characterised by irregular numbers or arrangements of chromosomes in some cells were transferred during IVF procedures. All subsequent pregnancies produced normal children. Kids who play with food likely to be less picky eaters A study suggests that playing with food may actually help kids overcome a fear of new flavours and eat a more varied diet. Parents' manual for newborns Experts give new parents advice on how to avoid eight common mistakes, and provide them with tips to enjoy their new bundle of joy. Women who breastfeed live longer Having babies and breast-feeding are linked to lower risks of death from cancer and heart disease in women, according to new research. Fertility - get the timing right An estimated 10-15% of couples experience ‘unexplained infertility’ which cannot be put down to a specific medical diagnosis. Read about possible causes and solutions. Don't let toxic chemicals be a health hazard for your pregnancy Chemicals seems to be a major health risk for expecting mothers, medical professionals claims that environmental factors is the reason behind still births and miscarriages for pregnant mothers. Great exercise benefits for pregnant moms Exercise during gestation has the potential to programme vascular health in offspring into their adulthood, in particular significantly altering the vascular smooth muscle. Pregnancy body changes that might shock you Surging hormones and a growing body trigger some intense body changes during pregnancy. Here, a roundup of common pregnancy body changes you might encounter Dealing with bedwetting Bedwetting is something we've all done, as toddlers and infants. But it can also occur in teens and young adults. Here's what you need to know about the condition. 5 common fertility questions Got a question about fertility? These are the most common questions answered by an expert. Women who breastfeed live longer Having babies and breast-feeding are linked to lower risks of death from cancer and heart disease in women, according to new research. How ethical is stunting your child's growth? Jenn and Mark Hooper, parents of a severely disabled child, have recently raised eyebrows after taking a controversial decision to stunt their daughter's growth and remove her womb. Antibiotics may cause your child's weight gain Your BMI may be forever altered by the antibiotics you take as a child. Data suggest that every time children take an antibiotic, they gain weight faster over time. Is your protein-rich breakfast harming your child? Eating a protein-rich breakfast can be an effective tool in addressing childhood obesity, establishing healthier eating habits and helping to manage a healthy weight in children. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors How will we feed 9 billion people? Try the Meat Free Movember Challenge Fit starts now with MRP Sport Get Race Ready with REHIDRAT® Live healthier Toilet matters » 45 toilets in the world Poop in weird places Toilet paper debate The funniest bathroom signs ever These signs have taken toilet humour to the next level. Too Tired? » 20 signs of burnout Staying active reduces stress 10 ways to have a healthier work day Why you're exhausted Lost your mojo? Here are 5 surprising energy drainers, plus the easy fixes that will help put the pep back in your step!