"Do not play Paintball !", says Daniel , age 12, after he was a shot in the eye.
The Montreal Children’s Hospital Concussion KiT was developed through the work of the Neurotrauma and Concussion/Return to Sports Programs as an educational initiative to increase the awareness of parents, athletes, coaches and sporting associations with respect to preventing, recognizing and managing concussions in sports.
Talking with your child about drugs, alcohol and tobacco is tough. But you can't afford to ignore these topics. Children learn about these substances and feel pressure to use them at a very young age
Audiologists are warning iPod/MP3 users to turn their music down!
The best way to treat a burn is prevention.
Traumatic brain injuries continue to be an important cause of death and disability among children and teens. Wearing a helmet can help avoid fatal injuries.
SBIS previously referred to as "Shaken Baby Syndrome" (SBS) is an injury to the brain resulting from intentional head trauma which can occur when a baby is thrown, jogged, jerked, or shaken.