Martin Fielding is like a lot of dads. He wants the best for his son Andrew. That’s why he attends scout camps, spends his nights helping with homework and shelled out several thousand dollars for extra math tutoring at Oxford Learning.
It’s also why Fielding will ask his son’s Grade...
our worst nightmare- a child injured in an accident. And yet each year,
an average of 390 Canadian children die and 25,500 are hospitalized
from childhood injuries making it not cancer or obesity the leading
health risk to children aged one to 14. Parents should focus most of
their energies on those hazards...