Maladies et problèmes de santé
Some brands call themselves ‘sun tan lotion’, others say they are ‘sweatproof’, ‘waterproof’, or that they can be sprayed on while your child is wet…but can we really trust all these statements? What kind of sunscreen works best to protect your child and your family?
The good, the bad and the ugly of social networking
Man, it’s been a hot summer, and it’s not over yet. Even those glowing summer revellers who insist, “The hotter the better!” seem to be wilting in a puddle of perspiration, crankiness and lethargy.
The impact of a cancer diagnosis can reach far beyond the patient. It has a ripple effect on all family members – from the oldest to the youngest.
Germ warfare is a never-ending battle on the home front.
Nearly everyone – young and old alike – has at least some aversion to needles. When that fear becomes so intense that it prevents patients from receiving necessary immunizations, injections or blood tests, then it’s known as needle phobia.
Our immune system, a network of cells, tissues and organs, plays an important role in keeping us well.
Your child’s doctor has just prescribed eye drops for your youngster. Yes, this is prescription medication – and with it goes a number of responsibilities for you as a caring parent.
Flu shots can't cause the flu, but this is perhaps the most persistent of the myths about the flu vaccine.