Including fibre may not only affect children’s health during childhood but it may help to prevent disease later in life.
Babies cry. Little girls and boys cry. But somewhere on the path to manhood, crying becomes socially unacceptable for boys. What makes some boys feel like it’s okay to cry, and others feel like they’re less of a “man” if they do?
Going back-to-school can mean sharing more than summer memories.
A new survey of more than 1,500 ParentsCanada readers shows that almost three-quarters consider themselves role models for healthy living for their children. But many face challenges such as cost and lack of time when it comes to being active, eating well and managing a healthy lifestyle.
Did you know that skin cancer is the most common cancer in Canada? It is also one of the most preventable types of cancer.
As a typical, busy parent, you’re on the go much of the time, shuttling kids from one activity to the next, taking care of errands, working and – if you’re lucky – playing, too. In all this hustle and bustle, your diet can suffer. And one of the first nutrients to feel the brunt is fibre.
If your child begins to show symptoms of being seriously under the weather, the following details will be helpful if you have to go to the hospital.
A hospital stay when your child is sick or injured can be a challenging time. With preparation and patience, you will hopefully get through this tough period on to happier days.
Spring has sprung! Time to come out of hibernation and embrace the fresh air. Try ditching these indoor activities for some new outdoor ones.
The benefits of this liquid gold go much further than taking the bitterness out of a cup of tea.