Conditions and illnesses
How to wade through the hazy lines
The heart is a large, hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood. How does it work?
The growth chart is a part of the physical exam in pediatrics and a powerful tool that can sensitively detect disease states.
Going to the grocery store can sometimes be a daunting experience, especially when you have growing kids to feed. How do you go about demystifying what’s inside those prepackaged foods?
How to keep your family from catching this highly contagious illness
It was bound to happen some day. Your teen has his first New Year’s Eve party. Stressed? You probably forget that you have been through it yourself and picture your teen with a beer in his hand and imagine the worst-case scenario.
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?