Maladies et problèmes de santé

Trauma

Here are a few recommendations to make sure your child won't have an injury related to the windows or blind cords.

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Teen drivers have the highest injury and fatality rates of any age group.
If you're the parent of a young driver, you can help protect your teenager by learning about the problem and taking steps to decrease your teenager’s risk of dying in a car crash.

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Pedestrians, motorists, passengers and cyclists must know and respect all safety rules of the road. We share the road and we share the responsibility of ensuring everyone’s safety. Municipalities and the police also play a role in ensuring a safe environment. Read on to learn about more road safety.

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If you have sustained an injury, we recommend you follow this action plan before you put your team jersey back on. Remember, you should only consider returning to contact and team sports once your symptoms have completely disappeared. Read more...

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When I learned to drive, it meant I could go places without having to depend on my parents to get me there, says Sarah Spool, 19, of Worcester, Mass., a licensed driver for two years. Read more...

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Your child is getting older, he can come back from school by himself now. But, is he street smart? Read more...

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A foreign object in the eye should be taken seriously. If your child feels something in his/her eye, do not let him/her rub it. Rubbing can damage the cornea, the clear tissue covering the coloured part of the eye. read more...

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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.

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Inflatable bouncers are terrific activity structures for children. They come in all shapes and sizes, from small ones in the backyard to gigantic ones seen in amusement parks and fairs.

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