In an uncertain world, the only certainty is change, so young people should be taught how to adapt in a constantly changing working environment
'Children’s faces have different proportions to adult faces, but the specs all too often are simply scaled-down versions of adult designs'
Our delight in chocolate comes at great cost to those who produce the cocoa, notably child labourers in West Africa
Early diagnosis of eye conditions is essential to treat them successfully and avoid permanent damage, yet few children have an eye test
A growing number of expectant mothers are opting for the comfort, consistency and predictability of private maternity care combined with the emergency back-up of a National Health Service hospital, writes Dan Matthews
Deciding whether to have your baby within the NHS or to go private, calls for careful consideration, as Lilian Anekwe discovers
Private maternity units, offering greater flexibility and added safeguards, are seeing an increase in the number of older women checking in, as Liz Bestic reports
At first you may enjoy the thought of luxurious robes, toiletries and an in-room fridge when choosing private maternity care, but most mums-to-be will more realistically be concerned about safety, writes Victoria Lambert