Conditions and illnesses
Inflatable bouncers are terrific activity structures for children. They come in all shapes and sizes, from small ones in the backyard to gigantic ones seen in amusement parks and fairs.
Some parents, caregivers and even teachers might think that exposing a child to several languages at a young age can confuse them and delay their learning of another language
MCH Developmental Pediatrician addresses breast ‘addiction’ in toddlers
Roseola is a viral illness that appears as a pink rash. It is very contagious and is characterized by a high fever that ends drastically once the rash appears.
The present document was created by members of the department of Speech-Language Pathology at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. Its purpose is to provide medical staff with concise, accurate information about speech and language delays or disorders: definitions, possible consequences, and precise indicators of when to refer.
At what age should your child make noises, say words, point things? When should you worry?
Traumatic brain injuries continue to be an important cause of death and disability among children and teens. Wearing a helmet can help avoid fatal injuries.
Summer virtually arrives overnight in Montreal. One minute we’re shovelling the snow from our driveways, the next we are digging through our summer wardrobes. Unfortunately too few of us reach for the summer essentials—a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. According to countless sun awareness campaigns, these three items are the key to reducing your risk of melanoma--the most deadly form of skin cancer.
Is your child preparing for a tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy?
Here are some guidelines and answers to your questions.
You have questions on Swine Flu? Here are some answers and information sources.