Conditions and illnesses
Your child’s development, which includes motor, language, and socialization skills, begins in the first months of life and you play an important role in helping your child move through the various stages of development.
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.
The Montreal Children's Hospital helps teens wise up about healthy eating
Scoliosis is a problem that makes the spine curve and twist from side to side. It is most often found in girls in their early teens. But boys can have it, too.
The pediatrist said that you child has Undescended Testicle? What does he mean?
Understand your teen and communicate effectively.
You can’t keep your teen under your wing forever. Yet, you can build a great parent-teen relationship.
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.
The first day of school. For some kids, it’s a very exciting day; they just walk through the school doors and never look back. But a good number of children are worried about this new experience and what to expect.
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.