The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge has headed off on her summer holidays with daughters Lexi and Hollie.
As temperatures rise, many of us resort to using a fan in the bedroom to keep us cool while we sleep. But it turns out it may not be the best idea, particularly if you suffer from allergies. Find out why in the video
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Call us optimists but we have high hopes for the British summer this year.With reports of April being the hottest in history, it bodes well that the warmer weather is here to stay - at least for the next few months.
Brits are willing to fork out an extra £1,705 for a getaway in keeping with the grid.
Cindy Crawford, 53, is enjoying her summer vacation and showing her bikini body off to her over 4 million Instagram followers.
From helping to sooth teething pains to lowering incidences of ear infections, breast milk has numerous suggested benefits.
MPs are warning that some parents are surviving on bowls of cereal during the summer months so that their children are properly fed.
When temperatures rise in the summer, it’s important to keep your baby cool to avoid sun stroke, heat exhaustion and dehydration. While it can be tempting to stay out in the sun for hours at a time - especially in the UK where hot days are rare - being sandwiched in a baby chair, buckled into a car seat or being wrapped up in a blanket isn’t ideal or comfortable for babies.But worry not, there are a plethora of clever products to keep your little one cool this summer whether they are chilling at home or out enjoying the sunshine. From pushchair fans and car sun shades to humidifiers and paddling pools, things are looking up (and not just the mercury).Here are the best products to buy now.The editors at Yahoo UK are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, we may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.