Cold season is approaching and treating a baby’s first cold can be stressful.
Janice Biehn, editor of ParentsCanada magazine, talks about factors that might cause your baby to learn to speak at a later age and how to deal with it.
So it begs the question: Is there a ‘normal’ weight for babies? It’s not that simple, says Dr. Dina Kulik, a mom of three and pediatrician at Toronto’s Sick Kids Hospital.
Infants as young as six months should have their eyes checked by an optometrist.
Who is this little creature who has taken up residence in your home? It’s your baby, who isn’t as much of a mystery as you might think.
Parents and experts are unsure if swaddling newborns is still the right thing to do.
Nobody’s head is perfectly symmetrical, but what do you do if your baby’s head is flat on one side?
What is hand, foot and mouth disease and is it preventable?
A Q&A with Dr. Paul Roumeliotis.
Each year four to five of every 1,000 babies born in Canada are diagnosed with hearing loss or deafness. Find out what type of communication options are available for families with deaf or hard of hearing children.