Q: I'VE just had a baby – what are the best ways to encourage her to sleep well? A: Dr Tom York, a GP for both the NHS and the GP-on-demand-app GPDQ, says: "Thankfully, human babies are supposed to sleep for at least 15 hours per day.
EVERY summer, millions of people love to watch the world's top tennis players thwack it out for success at Wimbledon and the televised tournament is a great motivator for kids to get involved in the sport.
WITH many families feeling the squeeze from the increasing cost of living, looking for ways to save cash here and there can really help – and, according to a new survey, we're finding ever more creative ways to do this.
STARTLING research released last week revealed that nearly half of young people in Northern Ireland have experienced a mental health problem and that almost 70 per cent of our children say they regularly feel stressed.
DOWN The Ards International Guitar Festival is back with a bang from April 11 to 15 with a fresh new programme of guitar-inspired gigs, free fringe events, guitar clinics with industry professionals and an exhibition featuring many of your guitar heroes by Steve McDowell.
Q: I'M PREGNANT, but if I drink too much coffee could it harm my baby? If so, how much is too much? A: Midwife Sophie King, from the pregnancy and baby charity Tommy's, says: "We all know caffeine is found in coffee and tea, but many of us don't realise it's hidden in lots of other things, such as chocolate and energy drinks.