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Dried fruit – which can be found in any grocery store but most abundantly, perhaps, in health stores – has a reputation for being…er…healthy! But is dried fruit actually as healthy as fresh fruit for your baby? Whilst dried fruit does have SOME advantages over fresh, truly fresh fruit will almost always be the healthiest option. And even though...

Most of us are aware that babies under 12 months of age should not be given honey. This is because honey may contain the spores that can lead to botulism poisoning, a serious condition that can even be fatal in extreme cases. The advice to avoid honey in the diets of babies under 12 months of age even extends to its use in baked goods or other cooked foods, as we discussed...

Cleaning your little one’s teeth and gums is important from birth – but particularly so once you introduce solids. Dentists actually recommend wiping baby’s gums with a piece of gauze from his very first days of life, in order to remove milk residues. Even before your little one’s teeth emerge, dental care is important – and getting started...