The Promise Walk for Preeclampsia™ is the single most important fundraising initiative for Preeclampsia Foundation Canada that supports our mission to reduce maternal and infant illness and death due to preeclampsia, HELLP Syndrome and other hypertensive disorders of pregnancy through patient education, public awareness and research.
March is Nutrition Month and this year dietitians will help Canadians Unlock the Potential of Food by highlighting how food not only nourishes, but also fuels active lives, inspires children, helps to heal, prevents chronic diseases – and most importantly – brings people together.
Listeria is an infection typically acquired from contaminated food. The recent recall of certain packaged salad products (see link below) highlights this.
Zika virus is primarily transmitted through the bite of infected Aedes mosquitoes. It can also be transmitted from a pregnant mother to her baby during pregnancy or around the time of birth.
Over the past year, we conducted a study looking at brain development and function in children who's mom experienced preeclampsia in pregnancy.
The PCMCH is currently working on a provincial strategy for Low Risk Maternal and Newborn Care in Ontario, to help ensure that all women have access to the right care at the right time during their pregnancy,
Over the past decade a number of women at Kingston General Hospital participated in a research study on the influences of Type 1 Diabetes on the immune system of women during pregnancy.
The laws surrounding IVF in Quebec have come under scrutiny recently as changes that would greatly reduce the availability and coverage of treatments have been proposed.
A new study published in JAMA Pediatrics and highlighted in the Globe and Mail examined the long-term neurodevelopment effects of delayed cord blood clamping.