Kids' medical literature is a hard field to make appealing - it seems inextricably associated with awkward primary-school health classes and dog-eared pamphlets in doctors' surgeries.
Medikidz has a range of comic books explaining childhood medical conditions in a way that is imaginative, engaging and easy to understand.
The sister of an autistic teenager has spoken out about the effect of the condition on family life as part of World Autism Day.
Comics have generally been considered as nothing more than a cheap pastime. However, Mico Tatalovic suggests some useful comics to help promote and explain science to students.
Medical conditions come with a bewildering array of scientific terms that are enough to do an adult's head in, so what happens when it is your child who is sick? Kate Newton reports on a gang of superheroes blasting through the jargon.