Tue, 20 August 2019
After a toddler in Co Meath bit into a laundry pod, Dr Sinead Beirne is here to tell us what to do in the event your child swallows a harmful substance at home.
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR CHILD SWALLOWS A POISON:
-Call Poison Information Line-Get child to spit out poison but not vomit it-Don't give them anything to eat or drink unless advised-Keep hold of the container if there is one, to show GP
If your child has been exposed to a harmful substance:
You should call the Poisons Information Line: 01 809 2166 (8am-10pm every day)Outside those hours - contact your GP or HospitalIf it is an emergency, call 999 or 112
Mon, 6 July 2020
Now that school's out for the summer, it's safe to say that most parents have a newfound appreciation for teachers.
Thu, 25 June 2020
Our resident dietitian Louise Reynolds is here now to take us through the recommendations.
Wed, 24 June 2020
Teresa Heeney, the chief executive of Early Childhood Ireland discusses new safety measures
Mon, 24 February 2020
Assistant Professor in Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin Deirdre Daly, joins us with participant in the MAMMI study Naomi Donaldson, to discuss why the silence around postpartum health in Ireland needs to end.
Thu, 16 January 2020
Lucy Wolfe joins us to discuss the Sleep Regression Stage among 4-6 month olds
Thu, 5 December 2019
As the festive period rolls around again it's tricky to make sure your little one doesn't get overtired - so today we're looking at how to Christmas-proof your child's sleep.