Maladies et problèmes de santé
Hockey, ballet, swimming, piano lessons, cheerleading, school newspaper... After school activities allow to develop self-esteem, but they can also increase the level of stress.
Have you been neglecting your children's fitness? Experts recommend children get at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity on most days to maintain good health and fitness and for healthy weight during growth.
Director of the MCH’s Department of Dentistry, Dr. Stéphane Schwartz, reminds us that caring for your child also involves looking after their teeth.
Television has become a cultural phenomenon in the United States. In fact, next to the family, some experts believe that television can be the most influential medium to children. Even young infants and toddlers are becoming mesmerized by popular television shows marketed to their age group as "educational" programming. But are our babies really ready?
Our series of holiday articles will help you get the most out of the festive season with tips and advice on enjoying a safe and relaxing holiday with family and friends.
Dashing through the stores, stress building day-by-day, over our credit limit we go, cringing all the way. Here are six tips to keep your kids stress free.
For most of us, the holiday season means happy times. However, for children of divorced parents, this time of year can be a real nightmare. To avoid putting your child in the middle of negotiations or unfriendly exchanges, and thus making the holidays synonymous with bad memories, follow this helpful advice to keep the magic in Christmas… and free of conflicts.
There's a question you can't avoid. Read this article and be prepared so you won't have to come up with birds and bees...
Have a look at these practical suggestions to make sure you’re helping your child develop good eating habits.
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.