Teens (13 years & up)

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Children (1 to 12 years)

New Head Space

When Patrick Lambie announced his retirement from rugby at the age of 28, many fans were left confused: how could symptoms of concussion cut a whole career short? As Mediclinic


Puberty: what to expect [infographic]

Puberty is when a child’s body changes and grows into a sexually mature or adult body. It starts when the brain sends signals to the ovaries in girls and the testicles in boys to start producing hormones.


What is a sleep phase shift and what does it mean for teenagers?

A neurologist at Mediclinic explains why certain people may only fall asleep at 2am and how morning light exposure can help.