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As the summer season officially starts in the UAE, here is your guide to beat the heat at these indoor venues, where you’ll get a good dose of cool air and rain
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Indoor play doesn’t have to be tame. Mini dare devils can get their kicks at any one of these thrill-seeking experiences
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Indian fashion designer Sheena Dogra, mum to 7-month-old Miraya, tells us about her induced birth and how she used the power of positive thinking to overcome all of her doubts
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It may be too hot to go outside, but that doesn’t have to mean being disconnected from the natural world. These fun indoor activities will teach kids all about the globe’s amazing flora and fauna
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It's now easier than ever to find a space to work, away from distractions that you might have at home – like kids! From quiet neighbourhood cafes to booking meeting rooms via an app, check out our round-up of the best shared workspaces in the UAE
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Abu Dhabi-based freelancer Mohammad Mahafzah, primary caregiver to his one-year-old daughter, gives us the lowdown on being a full-time father
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Surrounded by horror stories and graphic details that are often exaggerated for dramatic effect, pregnant mums can have scary expectations of childbirth. Birthing experts explain how women can shake off the heavy blankets of anxiety and look forward to their labour with calm anticipation, excitement and positivity
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Syrian-Italian Nermine Saadeh is the mother of nine-month-old Angelo and two-year-old Julian, who needed surgery for a brain tumour. She explains how she stayed positive during their most difficult times.
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One of the first mums to give birth at King’s College Hospital London, in Dubai Hills, shares her experience of the hospital’s midwife-led care and high-quality prenatal and postnatal support
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Canadian Mairead Walsh, editor of InsideOut magazine, waited years to be able to adopt and finally bring home her daughter Zahra, 2. She explains how the experience has shaped her as a mother
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