Nurse-Family Partnership is a free public health program for women having their first baby and ensures they both receive support during pregnancy and after the child is born up to two years of age.
Breastmilk is the only food your baby needs for the first 6 months. Continue to offer breastmilk until your baby is 2 years old and older.
Introducing solids to your baby can be fun especially with all the funny faces they make. You should start introducing solids when your baby is six months of age as a complement to your breastmilk.
High sodium foods are not difficult to find. Packaged foods, ready-to-eat foods, fast foods and restaurant meals often have high sodium levels, even if they don't seem to taste salty.
Here are some healthy tips on how to use the nutrition label to learn more about your drinks, and what kind of sugar might be added.
Learn how to plan and prepare low sodium meals your family will love. These easy ideas will help to reduce your overall salt intake. Planning low sodium meals are easier than you think.
Drinking is a personal choice, if you choose to drink these Canadian Guidelines can help you know you limits.
There are two main elements to well-being: feeling good and functioning well. To feel and function better, there are things you can do – the Five Ways to Well-being.
How much physical activity is recommended to achieve health benefits and which types of activity should you and your family should participate in?
Have you started planning for your aging well journey? Find out how these British Columbians from across the province are planning to age well.
If you are an older adult or care for a senior, it’s important to know where to go for help and support.
Many seniors are the targets of fraud and scams. You may not be able to recover funds lost, so the best defense is to learn about common types of scams and fraud and avoid becoming a victim.