Mental Health – The Importance of Nutrition

Research shows that what we eat does not only affect our physical health, but also impacts our mental health. Healthy eating (or eating well) may be associated with feelings of well being. This is because, like other organs of the body, the brain also requires a range of nutrients to function properly. So naturally, we […]

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Sleep Training: Try These 5 Tips Tonight To Improve Your Child’s Sleep

During the past few weeks, I’ve been thinking a lot about this quote from Mr. Rogers: “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’” So as we all try to navigate […]

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Mediclinic Dubai: Nosebleeds (Epistaxis) in Children

Contributed by expert contributor: Dr. Abdelhalim Mahmoud, Specialist ENT at Mediclinic Mirdif Summer has ended, and we start returning to schools, with children resuming their mental, physical and social activities. Despite the benefit and pleasure that children get from school, there are some health problems that children may face in school which may cause some […]

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Mediclinic Dubai: Get Back to School Healthily

Contributed by expert contributor: Dr. Nevine A. El Kabbany, Specialist Paediatrician, Mediclinic Welcare Hospital. Schools are an important part of the infrastructure of our community AND play a critical role in supporting the child’s health and wellbeing. Going back to school will likely look different this year due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Children […]

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Parent Support With Mindful ME: How To Ease Stress & Anxiety During This Time, Mindful Parenting

Contributed by expert contributor: Joanne Jewell, Mindful Parenting Expert From Mindful ME This week QiDZ Head Of Marketing, Nourhan Hassan, chatted with Joanne about the stress she is feeling while home schooling her 5-year old daughter while also taking care of her 10 month old baby. See Nourhan’s experience below: My challenge is that now […]

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Parent Support With Mindful ME: Family Life, How To Create A Balance

Contributed by expert contributor: Joanne Jewell, Mindful Parenting Expert From Mindful ME This week QiDZ CEO and & Co-Founder, Simona Agolini, spoke with Joanne Jewell about trying to find the right balance between homeschooling, trying to spend time together and everything else in family life! See Simona’s questions below: My challenge is to find the […]

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5 Steps to Mental & Emotional Wellbeing

Contributed by Thomas Nelson, Assistant Principal at West Yas Academy. With the current distance learning, students, now more than ever, need to ensure their emotional and mental wellbeing is looked after. The focal aim for educational institutions is to develop students holistically. Done by equipping young people with the skills to be able to flourish […]

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Small Business Spotlight: Toy Box

During this time (and always!) it is so important to support local and small businesses in our communities, and it’s great for the economy too! We are constantly inspired by the ambition and resilience of small business founders and feel that the risks that they take lead to innovation and help in moving the world […]

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Parent Support With Mindful ME: Reassuring Kids Around Covid-19

Contributed by expert contributor: Joanne Jewell, Mindful Parenting Expert From Mindful ME This week Joanne Jewell, Mindful Parenting Expert from Mindful ME, chatted with QiDZ mum, Sarah about Sarah’s struggles when it comes to reassuring her daughter around the current situation for Covid-19. See Sarah’s question below: My daughter is 12 and very conscious of […]

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Parent Support With Mindful ME: Screen Time & Self-Care

Contributed by expert contributor: Joanne Jewell, Mindful Parenting Expert From Mindful ME This week Joanna Jewell, Mindful Parenting Expert from Mindful ME, speaks to Ines- QiDZ COO & Co- Founder, about the struggles Ines is facing while working from home, finding time for herself, screen time and homeschooling. Ines: “I have 3 kids (6, 8 and […]

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