The Royal College of Obstetricians has released the latest advice and information for pregnant women related to the coronavirus outbreak.
Kent doctor and TV presenter Dr Ranj has created a video for children to help them understand the coronvirus outbreak and how it might affect them.
Expert help and advice is being made available to more mothers in Kent who are breastfeeding thanks to a new campaign stretching across the county.
Childline says counselling sessions increase around A-level and GCSE results days. Here it shares some advice.
We might be nearing the end of the school summer term but if your children are feeling anxious, Childline is offering some advice.
Boys in year 8 are to be offered the HPV vaccine for the first time from September.
Want to know the best ways to develop your child's brain? Read on for the latest advice being shared in a new campaign to parents.
Do you know how to talk to your teens about drink and drugs? Childline shares some very helpful advice here:
Parents find out this week which primary school they have been given for September. KCC has announced how many families will get their first choice.
Exam season can bring huge pressures for families. Chidline shares some advice which might help.
The FA has released a video, with former Gills player Andrew Crofts, highlighting the importance of being positive around Kent's young footballers.
Growing numbers of young people are feeling the pressure to look or behave in a certain way. Childline offers some advice to parents:
A campaign to see baby change facilities in men's toilets has been relaunched and is being led by two well-known dads from Kent.
We share the most important things expectant working women and new mums need to know when it comes to maternity leave and employment rights.
Did the kids get new devices for Christmas? Some hints and tips here to ensure everyone is safe and protected online.
Hundreds of women in Kent continue to smoke during pregnancy, latest figures reveal.
Christmas can be a stressful or difficult time for some youngsters. Childline shares some expert advice.
Children are having to practise lockdown drills to prepare for gunmen, terrorists, or intruders in Kent Schools.
More than 6,000 key rings have been sent out as part of our Be Bright Be Seen campaign. Was your child's school successful?
Childline says it's noticed an increase in the number of young people asking for help with feeling lonely. But what support can parents offer?
Schools and nurseries in Kent are seeing cases of hand, foot and mouth disease says Public Health England.
We're once again giving away thousands of free keyrings to help children Be Bright Be Seen during the darker months ahead.
While physical abuse can happen at any time, in any family, there are some groups among which it's more common, says charity Childline.
It's the song that has been driving parents mad since it became an internet hit. But now Baby Shark could have a far greater purpose - saving lives.
It's the crucial conversation parents must have with their children but how do you raise the sensitive subject of sexual abuse? Childline has advice:
The Kent and Medway Test results are out soon. How can you help your kids keep their cool ahead of results day?
How much do you know about the excessive crying condition thought to affect one in three babies?
It's a complex issue and one every parent dreads. Childline shares some advice and support in relation to self harm in children and teenagers.
In our latest column with Childline there is advice on how best to help youngsters navigate the often complicated issue of childhood friendships.
Early years experts share some helpful hints and tips for families getting a child ready for their first few weeks at primary school.
Relationships, sex and sexual health. They can be some of the most difficult subjects to raise with your children but Childline has some good advice:
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A Kent attraction has announced it is closing its doors for good after 35 years in a city centre.
Pupils will be able to access daily English and maths lessons through their televisions under plans announced by the BBC.
A free app, which can suggest things to do indoors depending on a family's number of children and their ages, has been launched.