Vitamin D is a crucial nutrient in our body along with calcium to maintain healthy bones and good strengths. Like all nutrients, Vitamin D does not serve only one purpose for the body. It is important for our overall health, immunity, and skin and beauty.
However, there is an estimation of one billion people who are reported to have Vitamin D deficiency worldwide.
Should parents reward their children for helping with house chores? What about rewarding them after they have completed their homework and assigned tasks on time?
You probably thought about this before but perhaps have not arrived at a conclusion.
No calcium? No way!
Ever wonder why calcium is so important in our diet? Look no further and unravel this mystery in this article today!
Do you find it hard to feed your children with nutritious food like fruits and vegetables? When this thought comes across your mind, it often slips off as though it does not really matter.
However, the fact of the matter is a child's development is highly dependent on their nutrient’s intake.
Malaysia is a developing country that has advanced in food availability, affordability and stability. Food scarcity is not an apparent problem we face anymore. Yet, while food is secure and while most have sufficient to eat, undernutrition remains high in Malaysia.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, “vaccination” is a term that is circulating in our conversations.
So, what is vaccination and how does it work? Are there risks in vaccination?
It is the end of the year. 2020 is ending soon.
While everyone is busily preparing for a celebrative time as the year wraps up with the Christmas season, one thing bothers you - your child is still not eating his or her vegetables.
Jokes aside, kids can be really picky eaters. It is not uncommon to find children disliking the vegetables that is put on the table. We explore why this is often the case and discovered that there is in fact a biological reason for this phenomena.
The topic of physical punishment is a controversial one. It is commonly thought of as a topic most Asians can relate with, yet it is also not unfamiliar to parents in the West.
Physical punishment includes caning, smacking and spanking a child as a response to deter or correct their unacceptable behaviours. Are these means still relevant and right?