Maladies et problèmes de santé
Fever is common in children but is not necessarily harmful, nor is it always evidence of a serious illness. Fever is a sign that the body’s inflammatory response has been turned on.
It is never too early to test your child’s hearing if you think that there is a problem. Between one and six out of 1,000 newborns are born deaf and one in 10 children will develop a hearing problem sometime during childhood.
A picky eater can be frustrating, but it also raises concerns for the parent about whether the child is getting enough daily nutrients.
The Montreal Children's Hospital helps teens wise up about healthy eating
Anne Bossy, nurse from the Insulin Pump Centre, gives you her advice.
To mark nutrition awareness month, we’ll feature many interesting articles, ideas and healthy recipes to try throughout the month of March.
Keeping children safe and healthy is a main concern as we watch them cut new teeth, hit growth spurts, and struggle through adolescence into adulthood.
Asthma sufferers may breathe easier thanks to a new treatment.
The books are bought; the shoes are shined; and the lunches are packed - your children are ready for school. Or are they? When was the last time their vision and hearing was checked?
It's after 5 p.m. and your child is entering the eighth hour of a fever, accompanied by a runny nose, clammy skin and a bucket-full of tears. As a parent you are naturally concerned and decide to seek medical advice. But where do you go - the local doctor, CLSC or hospital Emergency Room?