Evelyn Lewin

Doctor. Writer. Mother.

Evelyn Lewin is a freelance writer and GP with a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

You can contact her at [email protected]

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Ditch the dummy

They may seem like a simple way to help soothe unsettled bubs, but do dummies cause more issues than they solve? Dr Evelyn Lewin reports

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Quesy questions

Suffering from mild, moderate or even debilitating morning sickness? try Dr Evelyn Lewin's tips to help you get through this pregnancy phase.

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In breech?

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Food Safety And Healthy Choices In Pregnancy

Dr Evelyn Lewin looks at recommendations on food and lifestyle for women who are pregnant or planning to have children. A healthy, varied diet full of all the usual goodies...

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Trust your instincts

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The lowdown on... Bed-wetting

Toilet training is over, but your child still isn't dry at night. What's going on? Dr Evelyn Lewin investigates. Bed-wetting is a common childhood problem. From a medical point...

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The lowdown on... middle-ear infections

Middle-ear infections are one of the most common childhood illnesses, and a main reason why children are prescribed antibiotics. But are antibiotics always necessary, and what...

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TV's Not Always A Turn-Off

Television isn't simply the evil, one-eyed monster it's painted to be, says Dr Evelyn Lewin

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The lowdown on... clicky hips

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Size matters

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Baby Brain

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The lowdown on... night terrors

Though distressing to witness, night terrors are a harmless sleep disturbance, 
writes Dr Evelyn Lewin.

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The lowdown on... teething

Teething has been blamed for everything from irritability and fevers to diarrhoea. But what symptoms can it really cause? And what should you do for your child when they're...

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"No" Contest

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Bye, Bye Baby

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Morning, People!

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The lowdown on... colds and flu

Though the terms are often used interchangeably, there is a vast difference between having a cold and the flu. So how do these illnesses differ from one another? And, more...