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Olympian Sally Gunnell reveals secret fear her son's headaches were actually brain tumour

Sally Gunnell has always had a ­talent for clearing hurdles. Her mother’s mental breakdown gave her the determination to become an Olympian, and she beat back pain to win gold in the 400m hurdles at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. “I have learnt to look at things in a positive way,” says Sally. “My mum… Read More »

Breastfeeding Special Babies In Special Circumstances – Article Two Posted By : Sally Michener

Breastfeeding is even more important for babies with special needs and their parents. Breastfeeding gives you a higher level of maternal hormones, which increase your intuition and perseverance to meet the needs of your special baby. Because of its physical, psychological, and medical benefits, breastfeeding is even more important for these babies. A baby has… Read More »

Weaning: When and How Posted By : Sally Michener

All good things come to a timely end. While timely weaning is the ideal, it is realized that the ideal is not achievable for many families. Nevertheless the ideal is presented and the alternatives that make allowances for life-styles. There have been many articles that portray one of parenting’s most beautiful relationships, breastfeeding. Now here’s… Read More »