Almost all children have times when they don't seem to pay attention, can't sit still, or just have more energy than they can burn. For some children, however, difficulty concentrating or very high physical energy levels (hyperactivity) interfere with social and academic tasks appropriate for their ages.
Avian Flu, what you should know.
Watch for infants who cross the line to GERD
Children should skip this part of beach vacations
Newly recognized category of eating disorder gives doctors tools to diagnose children who have a different motivation to limit food intake
How to Facilitate Bilingual Language Development
“Look at the beads I got!” is something we often hear in the Oncology department of The Montreal Children’s Hospital.
MCH Developmental Pediatrician addresses breast ‘addiction’ in toddlers
Ensuring a mother’s proper nutrition while breastfeeding is essential to making sure her baby gets the best nourishment possible. However, many breastfeeding moms worry that what they eat or drink can pass into their breast milk and harm their child. There are many myths, misconceptions and a lot of downright misinformation about this topic, so it’s important to get the facts.
Breast milk is the best food source for newborn babies. Some mothers have questions about whether to breastfeed or to formula feed their babies. The Obstetrics and Gynecology specialists of the Royal Victoria Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) can provide information to new mothers and help them make the best choice for their families.