In Ontario, the flu shot is offered for free at clinics and doctor’s offices to anyone over 6 months of age and is the best way to reduce the risk of severe illness from the flu.
A new position statement released last week recognizes the benefits of laboring in a tub of warm water to relieve pain and discomfort but does not recommend women give birth in the tub.
A few weeks ago a study was released claiming a link between the use of Tylenol during pregnancy and ADHD in kids.
The media has recently reported on a Canadian study of twin births that determined a planned cesarean delivery is not necessarily any safer for either mother or child than a planned vaginal del
Last month, the province of Ontario celebrated the launch of a new life-saving screening test for newborns.
An article on bed rest that gets it right!
Prenatal screening, which is used to identify fetal problems, or the chance that a baby has a chromosomal abnormality like Down Syndrome, has been continuously improving.
Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy (NVP) is very common, affecting 80% of women. It also goes by the misnomer “morning sickness” - it can happen at any time of the day, or night.
Yes, recent news about advances in fertility treatments may offer some women hope, as reported in this week’s Globe and Mail article, Over 40 a