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Dashing through the stores, stress building day-by-day, over our credit limit we go, cringing all the way. Here are six tips to keep your kids stress free.
Our series of holiday articles will help you get the most out of the festive season with tips and advice on enjoying a safe and relaxing holiday with family and friends.
Television has become a cultural phenomenon in the United States. In fact, next to the family, some experts believe that television can be the most influential medium to children. Even young infants and toddlers are becoming mesmerized by popular television shows marketed to their age group as "educational" programming. But are our babies really ready?
Director of the MCH’s Department of Dentistry, Dr. Stéphane Schwartz, reminds us that caring for your child also involves looking after their teeth.
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.
Have you been neglecting your children's fitness? Experts recommend children get at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity on most days to maintain good health and fitness and for healthy weight during growth.
Avian Flu, what you should know.
Hockey, ballet, swimming, piano lessons, cheerleading, school newspaper... After school activities allow to develop self-esteem, but they can also increase the level of stress.
Packing a lunch day after day is challenging. You want to make sure your child enjoys a variety of good foods, but you also don’t want the lunch tossed out, traded away, or brought back home. Here some delicious ideas.
First day of school, lunch boxes, after school activities... What else do you have in mind? Here are some tips to help you throught the shool year.