Breasts and bottles and babies, oh my! When it comes to feeding, what’s a mom to do?
I read recently that Health Canada has changed its recommendations for baby’s first food from rice cereal to meats and meat alternatives. Why is that?
With the right care and network in place, parents can ensure their preemies still experience a robust childhood.
I’ve heard babies shouldn’t eat honey. Why?
Febrile seizures are terrifying, but a little information can help you get through one without panicking.
There is one very important item that expectant parents should add to their checklist – finding a doctor for your baby.
For little ones with sensitive skin, December to March can be more about helping to manage the pain of dry hands and faces than enjoying the first snowfall.
Dr. Mickey Lester, Pediatrician and Author of "Say Aaah", talks about the main differences between family doctor and pediatrician, tips for finding a pediatrician, preparation tips for a child's doctor's appointment and tips for new parents when taking your baby to the doctor.
If your child requires a hospital procedure, there are steps you can take to make it easier on everyone.
Help reduce your stress during a medical emergency by learning the in's and out's of a hospital and what you can expect.