January 29, 2018A food allergy occurs when the body mistakes a food as harmful. An allergic reaction is the body’s immune system fighting back.
January 29, 2018Play is the work of toddlers. It’s one of the most important ways your toddler learns, develops, and discovers the world.
January 29, 2018Healthy eating is always important and when you’re pregnant it's vital. Here is a guide on what to eat when pregnant to ensure that you and your baby get all the nutrition you need.
January 29, 2018Morning sickness happens in the morning, right? Not necessarily.
January 29, 2018The first trimester of a pregnancy is the most important time of your babies growth. During this early pregnancy period, learn how your growing baby is changing and developing.
January 29, 2018Offering a wide variety of foods helps babies get all the nutrients they need, and learn about different foods.
January 26, 2018Shortly after your baby is born, healthcare providers will do a few routine tests and procedures. Here's what you can expect.
January 26, 2018The first time your baby gets a cold, fever or upset stomach, it's normal to worry. But learning how to deal with them, can help you breathe easier.
January 26, 2018Street drugs and some pharmaceutical drugs can be harmful for you and for your developing baby during pregnancy.
January 26, 2018Wondering what's involved in early visits to your doctor or midwife? Here's an overview of what to expect.
August 4, 2013When your baby’s ready for more than breast milk, start introducing foods rich in iron.
August 13, 2013The first stage of labour begins with contractions that continue to increase in length and intensity, and ends when the cervix is fully dilated.
August 9, 2013During the third trimester you may be feeling excited or impatient to finally meet your baby.
August 14, 2013Latching your baby correctly is important for successful breastfeeding. Watch this video to learn more for latching on success for both you and your baby.
January 24, 2018Between nine to 12 months, play with your baby often and create lots of opportunities for physical activity.
August 5, 2013Women who have delivered a baby vaginally will tell you that, after the birth, one of the most daunting "firsts" was anticipating their first bowel movement.
April 10, 2013Watching a baby transform into a toddler is a captivating process. Here's what you can expect in terms of physical development between 12 and 18 months.
April 10, 2013The cognitive skills in a 12 to 18 month old are flourishing rapidly.
August 11, 2013Breastfeeding is not only the best thing for your baby. It's also good for you - and even for the environment.
April 10, 2013At this stage a toddler is likely using things the way they are intended.
January 3, 2017There’s no doubt that the topic of weight is a sensitive one, especially when it comes to children and teens. But families need to be well informed about what healthy growth and development looks like and where to go for support.Everybody develops differently at different ages. As a parent, keep these points in mind as your child grows.
October 4, 2016We all play a role in supporting breastfeeding – family, friends and even society as a whole. Here’s a look at five settings and groups where you can have an impact. Where do you fit in? What can you do to help?
August 18, 2016With summer at an end, kids are returning to school. You may be encouraging your kids to walk to school. Keep kids safe by empowering them with safe pedestrian skills.
July 11, 2016With summer’s warmer weather, more children are outside playing in the yard and around your neighborhood. You can keep kids safe by understanding the potential for back-over injuries in your driveway.
May 11, 2016Graduating students look forward to their after-grad party since the first day of 12th grade. Help keep your child safe by talking to them about alcohol and dry grad party options.
March 23, 2016Do you know what to do when you see someone is choking? Read this story of a regular family and a sudden event at the dinner table and learn how you can prevent that dreadful feeling when something goes “down the wrong tube”.
March 11, 2016Spring break. The kids are home, the weather is starting to get nicer, but with your busy schedule it’s hard to plan. Break the routine of TV and lounging with these simple tips.
March 1, 2016We all know how valuable a good night’s sleep is. Find out what you can do to manage bedtime challenges and ensure your children are sleeping through the night.
February 16, 2016When you’re searching online, do you take the time to evaluate the source of the information you find? Learn how to become digitally literate, avoid cyber bullying and separate fact from fiction with these online safety tips.
January 27, 2016What role do parents play in building their child’s self-esteem? Use these tips to help your child feel good about them self and boost their self-esteem.