December 24, 2014

Is your baby model material?

There are very few mothers who don’t find think their babies are the most beautiful creature on earth. The question is whether the professionals agree. Modelling […]
November 8, 2013

Every baby deserves the best protection

Happy bum, happy mum. We love our little bundles of joy so much – it’s this great force of love that pushes us to do everything […]
August 6, 2013

Comfort Cover Stars Competition

Comfort_Logo ADVERTORIAL Comfort is excited to announce an amazing competition, Comfort Cover Stars! You and your baby could grace the cover of the December issue of […]
July 29, 2013

Breastfeeding, weight gain and baby’s intelligence linked

Recent studies reveal that higher IQ in your child’s early school years can be predicted by rapid weight gain and increased head size in the first […]
July 23, 2013

It’s a royal baby boy!

Prince William and his wife Kate, formally known as the Duchess of Cambridge, announced the birth of their first-born, a baby boy, at the private Lindo […]
December 28, 2012

ADHD risk factors: oxygen deprivation worse than genetics

A recent study revealed a strong link between oxygen deprivation during foetal development and after birth. According to Kaiser Permanente researchers, oxygen deprivation could be a […]
November 19, 2012

Parents assist in premature baby study

Addressing preterm birth is a top priority globally, as global levels of premature births are on the rise. In South Africa, 14% of babies are born […]
October 12, 2012

Future Vaccination against Premature Birth: Study

Imagine if one day in the near future, premature births could be prevented? Well, we may not need to imagine for very long. According to new […]
October 11, 2012

Cuddles Make Your Baby Smarter: Study

According to medical experts, babies who fail to receive stimulation and love in the first year of their lives, are at risk of poor brain development. […]
October 8, 2012

Pacifiers and Dummies: Not Such a Great Idea for Baby Boys

Many parents rely on pacifiers to calm and settle babies and sometimes even toddlers. But according to new research, pacifiers, also known as dummies, could stunt […]
October 5, 2012

Suckling Doesn’t Come Naturally For Baby

Did you know that mammal infants begin to suckle mom’s milk through a learned response that centres on learning her unique combination of smells? A new […]
August 28, 2012

Babies Know Right From Wrong? Study Challenged

Babies are wonderful little beings that keep adults on their toes. But it’s difficult to imagine that our drooling, pooping and gaggling little bundles of joy […]
August 16, 2012

4 Million Bumbo Baby Seats Recalled Internationally: Safety Concerns

At least four million moulded Bumbo Baby Seats have been recalled from around the world, by South African company Bumbo International Trust. According to the company, […]
August 6, 2012

New UK Study Hopes to Lead to Early Autism Diagnosis

A group of scientists from Durham University are recruiting at least forty newborn babies, to help with a new study looking at the development of autism. […]
July 19, 2012

Babies Who Cry Themselves To Sleep Are More Stressed: Study

Babies who are deliberately left to cry themselves to sleep are more stressed than babies who are comforted to sleep — that’s according to a new […]