Health Catalogues Library

  • Mood swings, tender breasts, a bloated stomach, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression. These are just a selection of the symptoms some women have to deal […]
  • If you answer yes to most of the questions below, you have normal skin. Is your skin comfortable without any dryness or excess oil? Does your […]
  • We’ve all experienced the frustration of lying in bed and not being able to sleep. And it’s often the more you try to clear your thoughts […]
  • Nappy rash is the most common skin problem for young infants. Babies are prone to nappy rash because their skin is thinner and more fragile than […]
  • We all have our negative thoughts. There’s that horrible, depressed feeling a lot of us get on Monday morning. Or the nervous anxiety you feel before speaking […]
  • Is your child a fussy eater? Does he or she never seem to eat enough “good foods”? Or do they regularly reject the food you prepare […]
  • Before reaching middle age, most men probably haven’t given their prostate gland much thought. But as men get older, their chance of experiencing some kind of […]
  • The word menopause comes from a blend of Latin and Greek words – ‘mensis‘ meaning month, and ‘pauses’ meaning to cease. It’s the point where a […]
  • Finding out that your child has head lice isn’t a very pleasant discovery. But don’t despair. It doesn’t mean that you’re a bad parent, just that lice are very […]
  • If you’re the parent of a child with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), then you’ll know this can be one of the most frustrating and stressful, yet rewarding […]
  • Constipation refers to the passing of hard or dry ‘pebble-like’ motions which cause pain and discomfort. Babies and young children often pass faeces red-faced and grunting. They will sometimes appear to […]
  • The word ‘arthritis’ means inflammation of the joint. It comes from a blend of Greek words – arthron (joint) and itis (inflammation). Although arthritis is often referred to as […]
  • A baby’s stool will vary in consistency and frequency, depending largely on a range of factors. In this leaflet you will learn more about what can […]
  • Incontinence is a common and distressing problem. If you’ve experienced it then you’re not alone – it’s just that most people don’t like to talk about […]
  • Baby’s first teeth begin to form in the 16th week of pregnancy and are almost completely developed  in the gums at birth. The age a baby’s […]
  • The decision to bottle feed is a very individual and personal one. Sometimes breastfeeding isn’t possible, successful, or mothers might simply choose to bottle feed their […]
  • Cradle cap is a very common problem affecting babies from around 4-6 weeks of age. It often reoccurs throughout childhood, affecting children up to the age […]
  • It can happen suddenly without warning – just a small bump or fall and before you know it you’ve got a painful fracture. If you’re an […]