After childbirth, it’s only natural that the infant becomes the focus for both the new mother and her physician. But it is crucial that Mom’s health be maintained too – for her sake, and for her baby’s sake.
A group of researchers, lead by Dr. Joel Ray, at St. Michael's hospital in Toronto have developed the first newborn weight curves for specific ethnic groups across Canada.
Peace of mind has never been so easy! Designed by a team of medical experts, the Baby Movement app is a tracking tool for fetal movement. The purpose of fetal movement counting is to identify that your baby is healthy during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy.
Read what the popular cardiac blog, Heart Sisters, has to say about the groundbreaking research of the Maternal Health Program which has connected certain pregnancy complications such as pre-eclampsia t
A new research project is underway at Kingston General Hospital that aims to educate and support breastfeeding mothers.
This free breastfeeding clinic at the KFL&A Public Health Unit provides you with information and support that will give you the confidence to know your baby is breastfeeding well. An International Board Certified Lactation Consultant looks forward to answering your breastfeeding questions.
FACT (High Dose Folic Acid Supplementation Throughout Pregnancy for Pre-eclampsia Prevention).
PE-NET (Pre-eclampsia New Emerging Team)
MIREC (Maternal Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals) and MIREC-ID (Infant Development) have completed recruitment and follow ups will be completed in the next year.