Infants as young as six months should have their eyes checked by an optometrist.
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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.
Babies born between 37 and 38 weeks are considered early-term. These babies do not face the same difficulties as preemies but they are not full term.
Here's how to know what to do.
The ins and outs of innies and outies.