Executive function refers to the mental skills that help the brain to organise and act on information. This set of skills is the building block that enables us to plan, organise, remember things, prioritise, pay attention and get started on… more ›
What are fidget spinners?
Fidget spinners are small, flat, ball bearing devices that the user can rotate between his fingers. Fidget spinners are meant to be a therapy tool, or a stress relieving tool, similar to therapy dough, a sensory bracelet… more ›
Kawasaki disease is a rare childhood illness that affects the blood vessels and can harm the coronary arteries, which carry blood to the heart muscle. The disease usually affects children under the age of 5 and is most common in… more ›
Did you know that on average, pre-schoolers and primary school children go through three to eight episodes of cough and/ or cold per year – and that the majority of them get better without complications within one to two weeks?
Unfortunately… more ›
Some children may face difficulty in focusing while doing their homework or during quiet time activities such as writing and colouring. This can be frustrating for parents as children with short attention span tend to get bored and impatient very… more ›
Childhood obesity is a medical condition whereby children and adolescents weigh 20% above the normal weight for their age and height. According to SingHealth, it is estimated that 11% of school children in Singapore are overweight and/or obese.
The Body Mass… more ›