Monday, 24 April 2017
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Easter 2017

A third of homes do not have a carbon monoxide alarm

Parents spend on average over £200 on safety equipment a year to protect their children, yet new research for the Carbon Monoxide Be-Alarmed! campaign has revealed a staggering third of parents admit they do not have a carbon monoxide alarm in their home… Read more..

  • Health Update

    No MenB meningitis vaccine for under-2’s in UK and new August autism course for parents at Belfast Met. More..

  • Night Night, Sleep Tight?

    Every parent knows that a good night’s rest is fundamental to a happy, healthy child however many children suffer from interrupted sleep due to bedwetting. More..

  • Health Update: Meningitis B

    Ni4kids asks the Meningitis Research Foundation to answer a few of the most common questions and concerns that parents have about the Men B Vaccine. More..

  • NI consumers urged to ditch quick-fix and fad diets in 2016

    Northern Ireland consumers should ditch their New Year quick-fix or fad diets that over-promise dramatic results and instead focus on safe, long term weight loss and lifelong habits for health. More..

  • Up and Running

    Ni4kids talks to the fitness folk who are helping kids across the land to kick-start their bodies into action... More..

  • Keeping your child’s smile bright

    Associate Professor Gill Jones, Director of Undergraduate Dental Studies at Plymouth University, offers some sound advice to parents on how to keep those tiny teeth shiny and their beautiful smiles bright! More..

  • Pregnant women urged to get whooping cough vaccine

    The Public Health Agency is reminding women who are 28 weeks pregnant or more to get the whooping cough vaccine as it can protect your newborn baby in their first weeks of life. More..

 

 

 

 

 


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