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What to Look for in Your Sunscreen

Summer is not that far off and warmer weather is finally upon us. We need to be aware of protecting our skin from the sun’s intense UV rays. Read on to learn what to look for in a sunscreen.

Are you worried your child has Autism or ADHD?

It is estimated that 1 in 6 Canadian children has a developmental delay. Are you worried that your child falls in those numbers? Dr. Sonya gives you tips on the signs to watch for.

A great strategy to help your kids develop a Growth Mindset!

It's natural for parents to want to praise their children. But be aware that HOW you praise your kids can make a big difference in how likely they are to develop a willingness to learn, grow and try new things.

Tummy Time Exercises for Infants

Tummy time is critical to a baby’s development. Here are 3 Tummy Time Exercises that will help your baby meet their milestones with some prompting from you.

Business Feature - Felicia Simon - Allstate Insurance

Hi Everyone, I’m Felicia Simon, your neighbourhood Allstate Agent.

What is Periorbital Cellulitis?

Eye health is very important for our children's development. Our friends at Milton Optometry share what to look for if your child has an infection called Periorbital Cellulitis.

Foods to Help Keep Our Kids Eyes Healthy!

Just as we as our kids to drink water to stay hydrated or fill up on fruits and veggies to keep them healthy, it’s also important to nurture our children's eyes with food!

Love to cook? Hate to cook? Love to eat?

Answered yes to any of the above, then Saveur Natural Foods are for you.

Can Reading in the Dark Affect Your Sight?

Whether you are reading a book with your child, or doing a fun activity on the iPad, it’s important to understand that the right type of lighting is super important for reading!

Kegels, Pelvic Tilt, Breathing, Oh My!

Many women experience low back pain during pregnancy as a result of altered posture and stretched, weakened muscles. Unfortunately this pain doesn’t always dissipate after the arrival of your new bundle of joy and may even start post-partum from carrying your little one around and poor posture while breast feeding. Even if you have been lucky and haven’t experienced any pain, you may benefit from core strengthening exercises to strengthen the muscles that have been affected while you were pregnant. Prior to starting any exercises get clearance from a Doctor to ensure it is safe to begin.

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