We tested a range of baby and child products over the last year, some of which did so poorly in our tests that we made them a 0% Don’t Buy.
We’ve just published our latest batch of car seat reviews, and included in them are reviews of exciting new launches from Uppababy and Bugaboo.
Food recall: Houmous sold in Aldi, Asda, Lidl, Morrisons, Nando’s, Sainsbury’s and Spar poses salmonella risk
A company that makes and provides houmous to eight different supermarkets is recalling some of its product because they may contain salmonella.
We surveyed 2,155 parents with a child under 12 years who had used a lice treatment and asked them whether their child had caught head lice twice within the space of three weeks. More than a third (35%) said they had and seven in 10 of those parents believe it could be because their child is being reinfected by their classmates.
A baby sling or soft structured carrier can be a useful bit of kit for parents of newborns. So whether you’re currently expecting, or your little one has already arrived, read on for tips on picking out a sling or carrier for a newborn.
It’s the great bank holiday getaway this weekend, and if you’re going away with your young family, this is the perfect opportunity to make sure your little ones are strapped safely and securely.
If you’re on the lookout for a reusable water bottle to take with you to the gym, keep in the car or use at work, Lidl are currently selling one for the bargain price of just £3.99.
When buying a child car seat, your first priority should be safety, but you may also want to consider the weight of it. The lightest car seat we’ve tested starts at 2.9kg and the heaviest comes in at a whopping 18.3kg, although these weights are spread across a range of age suitability.
We surveyed 3,286 parents with a child under the age of 12 to find out what pushchair features they think are essential, and help make life just a little bit easier and more comfortable when juggling a baby or toddler.
A survey of 3,241 parents with a child under 12 has found 9% of them bought a second-hand car seat for their child. However, by choosing to buy a second-hand car seat, particularly from someone you don’t know, you could be potentially putting your baby or child at risk in the event of a car crash.