Maladies et problèmes de santé
It’s that time of year when children gear up to be ghosts and ghouls. In addition to all the fun, Halloween can make parents feel wary — not of haunted houses, but of the potential dangers of children staying out after dark and taking candy from strangers.
Develop a battle plan against the flu this year. Know what you will be up against, get the facts on prevention, learn tips for a quick recovery, and find out when it is appropriate to seek further medical attention.
New walk-in clinic helps those seeking urgent care
How to talk to your doctor about your symptoms, medications and health concerns
Vomiting and diarrhea are two of the most common reasons parents bring their children to a hospital Emergency Room.
“Look at the beads I got!” is something we often hear in the Oncology department of The Montreal Children’s Hospital.
How to cope with an aching teen
Children and Anxiety
Some types of anxiety are normal in childhood, such as anxiety in the presence of a stranger; separation anxiety, which occurs between 18 months and 3 years of age; fear of monsters, which appears around 4 to 6 years; and phobias (irrational fears of objects or situations), which are common and disappear on their own.
Anxiety, depression, stress, self-injury, suicide… these are not words that we like to associate with young people. In this issue, we have a number of articles that focus on these emotional difficulties, which unfortunately are not limited to the adults among us.
Have a look at these practical suggestions to make sure you’re helping your child develop good eating habits.
It really hurts – life seems pointless. And just when everything was going so well. But he or she is gone and you can’t spend your days eating ice cream in front of the TV. Even though time is the best remedy, here are several pieces of advice to help you speed up the process of mending your broken heart.