Protect your baby from peanut allergy


Peanut allergy is on the rise. This common food allergy affects 1-2 per cent of children, which doesn’t sound like much. But if your child is among them, it is one child too many.

March Break Fun for the Family


An overview of family friendly events to keep the family having fun throughout the March Break. 

Vitamin D and Pregnancy


New studies have shown how important it is for pregnant women to have optimal blood levels of vitamin D to help lower the risk of their babies developing multiple sclerosis and autism.

Chair yoga for new moms: sit your way back into shape


Getting into shape after childbirth can be overwhelming to a new mom who may be struggling as she adjusts to motherhood

Learning requires people not tablets


Infants learn language from high quality, responsive interactions with other people, usually their parents, for a host of reasons that research by my team and others is helping us to understand. 

Preemie Health Primer


The period of time before a child is born is an exciting one for expecting parents. As mothers’ due dates draw nearer, that anticipation only grows. 

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