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The microbiome and its role in health is a hot topic right now. Giving babies a healthy start in life includes a healthy mix of bacteria, much of which can be provided by mum.

Our latest blog looks at research into ways newborns might acquire a balanced microbial flora and why washing up might be healthier than switching on the dishwasher.

By Emma Williams, RN (Child) Dip, Cert.Ed, MSc EPP Nurse Lecturer, Swansea University , 22 September 2019

Skin-to-skin – a warm glow

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By Emma Williams, RN (Child) Dip, Cert.Ed, MSc EPP Nurse Lecturer, Swansea University , 15 August 2019

Important factors in sun care for babies and infants

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By Emma Williams, RN (Child) Dip, Cert.Ed, MSc EPP Nurse Lecturer, Swansea University , 20 June 2019

Dry skin – are emollients necessary?

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By Emma Williams, RN (Child) Dip, Cert.Ed, MSc EPP Nurse Lecturer, Swansea University , 30 April 2019

Nappy dermatitis – nothing rash about it

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By Emma Williams, RN (Child) Dip, Cert.Ed, MSc EPP Nurse Lecturer, Swansea University , 26 March 2019

Who cares about skincare?

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By Emma Williams, RN (Child) Dip, Cert.Ed, MSc EPP Nurse Lecturer, Swansea University , 11 February 2019

Bacteria – a beautiful baddie?

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