What you need to know if you've never taken your family for flu shots before.
Having two young children and a husband in the Canadian Armed Forces can seem overwhelming. This military mom shares her tips on handling the wild ride.
Midwives are in demand across Canada, and students are keen to train. But universities can only admit 150 annually.
Supplementing with folic acid is a must in pregnancy. Here's what you need to know.
Doctors used to prescribe ranitidine to treat acid reflux in babies, but some formulations have been recalled. Here's how to manage reflux symptoms and minimize the barf.
Opponents argue that food bans create a false sense of security and don’t keep kids safe. Is it time to put food-ban discussions back on the menu?
I wish I had read something like this during all my pre-baby insomnia. I want to yell it as loud as I can: Pregnant women shouldn’t be afraid of breastfeeding!
Not knowing what you’re in for can be the scariest part. Here’s how a typical Cesarean section goes, from the anesthetic to healing at home.
Being pregnant at work can be stressful—worries about job security don’t exactly make morning sickness easier to deal with. Here's what to expect when you’re expecting at work.
This husband and wife disagree on whether it's a terrific—or terrible—idea to add a new pet to their growing family this winter.
They may not like it, but toddlers' teeth need to be brushed. Here's how to get buy in.
Do we really have to start enforcing gender stereotypes on a fetus?