Maladies et problèmes de santé
One day you realize that the little boy who played with miniature cars is asking you if he can get a driver’s licence – or the little girl who played with dolls wants you to meet her boyfriend. It’s a fact that your child is becoming a teenager! Here is some helpful advice to help you get through this important, yet sometimes difficult stage of life.
Your child needs to have an operation? You have plenty of questions about how he will be put to sleep? Here are some answers that could help you.
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.
“Look at the beads I got!” is something we often hear in the Oncology department of The Montreal Children’s Hospital.
Vomiting and diarrhea are two of the most common reasons parents bring their children to a hospital Emergency Room.
How to talk to your doctor about your symptoms, medications and health concerns
New walk-in clinic helps those seeking urgent care
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.
You and your child have just learned he or she needs regular injections: now what?
To help you quit!