Healthy Bodies
Hygiene
To help you (or someone you know) freshen up, here’s a handy guide to the things that make body odour worse and how to change things for the better.
In those early months of life, babies spend many hours sleeping and playing in their bedrooms. Getting into some good cleaning habits will help keep your baby’s room healthy.
If you’re neither hot nor puffed and you are sweating excessively, sweating in strange places or producing an unpleasant smell, then there could be a health issue to consider.
The risk of days lost to school or work through illness is reason enough to be fastidious about hand-washing, for even the busiest families (especially those!). Just Another Mother blogger, Rowena Newman, explains…
There’s only one thing worse for a parent than discovering your child has head lice… discovering they’re back again!
A case of nits – and the many the hours of conditioning, washing and combing that come with it – strikes dread in the heart of the average parent. Just Another Mother blogger, Rowena Newman, can sympathise…
The experts will tell you: germs are everywhere. But the good news is that making your house a more hygienic environment doesn’t have to be a dreary chore. In fact, Just Another Mother blogger Rowena Newman, discovered it could be kind of fun. Especially if you get the kids on board.
Touch is one of the most common ways to spread germs. When you sneeze or cough, some germ droplets are transferred to your hands, while others fall onto the surfaces around you or get airborne. Healthy hygiene practices, such as regular handwashing and keeping high-traffic surfaces clean can help keep you healthy. But there may be something else you can do…
To help keep your family healthy, it’s important to learn good food handling habits. Here’s what you need to know.
During the teen years your child will start to look different, behave differently and even think differently. The plain fact of the matter is that he or she may also begin to be challenged by body odour. There’s nothing you and your teen can’t handle – BO included! It’s just a matter of sticking to some healthy hygiene habits.