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Kids have it made, right? They go to school, play for hours and their parents take care of most of their needs. How much stress could children possibly feel? Surprisingly, plenty.
Chances are your child will catch a cold or flu before spring arrives. Viruses in the air inspired our dossier on colds and cough, providing useful advice on how to fight colds and how to take care of your little sneezy one.
Director of the MCH’s Department of Dentistry, Dr. Stéphane Schwartz, reminds us that caring for your child also involves looking after their teeth.
Dental caries and gum disease are the two mouth problems most frequently found in children. Since the introduction of a provincial health plan, young Quebecers have enjoyed a much better level of oral health. However, the rate of dental cavities in Quebec is still higher than in most other areas of Canada.
Parents know they have choices when their child is sick: They can treat the child at home, make a doctor's appointment, go to the emergency room or call 911. But at times, knowing which choice to make isn’t always clear.