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The Emotional Effect of Covid

Experiencing the Covid-19 pandemic has challenged humanity in various ways. We have been facing thoughts and emotions that we have struggled to manage effectivelyusing methods which we would usually resort to. Emotions such as fear, anger, sadness, worry, numbness, frustration, isolation, feeling powerless and difficulty to focus and make decisions have increased in frequency and […]

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First Aid Choking

Unaware of the risks, babies will put just about anything in their mouths as part of their journey of discovery through life.   Preventing Choking Keep small objects out of reach. Check the floor by getting down to your baby's height and looking around. Supervise babies while they're eating solid food. Keep food pieces small. […]

Child Dental Care

Some Frequently Asked Questions:   How can I help my child through the teething stage? The teething stage comes with sore gums as a result of the eruption process. You can ease the discomfort by using a teething biscuit, cold teething ring or a piece of toast. Your pharmacist can also have medication that can […]

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SEBAMED Baby. Best protection from the beginning ❤

SEBAMED Baby. Best protection from the beginning ❤ Medical care for babies and toddlers with the pH value 5.5 of healthy skin Baby skin is particularly sensitive. The natural protective acid mantle of the skin develops in the weeks after birth and is still very sensitive to harmful influences from the outside even during childhood. […]

The journey of becoming a Mother by Fiona Lyndley

Matter must become spiritualised and Spirit must become materialised. …. Omraan Mikael Iavanhov – This quote epitomises the reason behind one of the roles that Fiona Lyndley has worked with for over 25 years. Fiona Lyndley is Malta's only fully qualified practitioner of Craniosacral Therapy and Castellino Prenatal and Birth Therapy.  She believes that we […]

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How to Heal Birth Trauma

  How to heal birth trauma – with Fiona G. Lyndley I booked in my first session with Fiona Lyndley with very little knowledge of what I was going in for. What I knew was that I needed professional help with getting rid of a strong sense of anger that was affecting my attitude towards […]

How do I know if my child needs braces?

Children should usually start having regular dental checkups from the age of two. Screening for tooth and jaw abnormalities is introduced gradually as the child’s development progresses and your dentist will know if and when your child needs to be referred to an orthodontist for assessment. How young is too young to start considering braces? […]

FAQ's about childen's teeth

 ASK THE DENTIST   1. WHEN SHOULD WE BEGIN USING TOOTHPASTE AND HOW MUCH?  A very small amount of toothpaste recommended for the child's age group can be used as soon as teething starts. A soft toothbrush for applying this, combined with a regular daily routine, goes a long way towards establishing positive lifelong oral hygiene habits […]