Parenting

Created for   COVID-19 vaccines are now available for children as young as six months old. And while some parents have been eager to get their children vaccinated, others have questions. We spoke to Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer and a pediatric infectious disease specialist, to ask her our most pressing questions about
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Maximize your time with these creative tips for busy parents. Created for Parenthood, when your to-do list seems to grow at the same rate as your kids and there aren’t enough hours in the day to get stuff done and enjoy quality time with your family. Luckily, there are ways to save time and energy
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Coughs, congestion, sore throats, fevers—viruses seem to be everywhere right now, and it’s not just COVID. Cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), influenza and other viruses are rampant, and a critical shortage of paediatric fever reducers like ibuprofen and acetaminophen means parents don’t necessarily have the tools to deal with them. Here’s what’s currently happening
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Five ways to foster generosity in your family. Created for We’d all love it if our kids were innately generous, but like many things, charitable giving is mostly learned—and the holidays are a great time to start teaching. New toys and lots of time spent with family are not everyone’s holiday experience and this can
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Feeling extravagant? Treat your family to one of these luxurious gifts this holiday season. There are so many ways to express love and gratitude during the holiday season. And as we finally gather with loved ones to celebrate and be merry, we may be feeling extra generous this year. So go ahead and treat that special
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Whether they’re just getting into Pokemon or are begging for special headphones and keyboards, we’ve got your little gamer covered with these awesome gifts. Got a little gamer in the family—and no idea what to get them for the holidays? Fear not, we’re here to help. We’ve compiled some of the best gear, toys, apparel
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Looking for a thoughtful gift that won’t break the bank? These budget-friendly finds are fun to give and to receive. Looking for gifts under $25 for the office Secret Santa? Or maybe you want to show someone special that you’re thinking of them without dropping a lot of cash. These tiny surprises are the perfect
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Two moms share how they navigated their children’s autism spectrum disorder diagnoses. Created for When Daniela Emmerich de Souza Mossini Miskulin arrived in Canada in 2018, her nine-year-old son Gabriel had already received an autism diagnosis back in their native Brazil. Finding help for Gabriel in a new country was hard, but Daniela and her
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Why leaks and accidents after baby are common and what to do about them. Created for You’ve had your baby and you’re figuring out new mom life. Parenting information, advice and stories abound for anything that might come up—save for one thing: peeing your pants. No one tells you you’re likely to pee your pants
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It may feel counterintuitive to talk to children about war, but helping them learn to process tragedy can be an integral step in their journey to becoming resilient, compassionate people. It can feel scary to talk to young children about war. But as a global community, we need to help our children make sense of
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