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How to Choose the Best Highchair

November 28th, 2017 | By: Sydney Loney
Having trouble getting your baby to eat? Try changing the way they sit
How to Choose the Best Highchair

Getting babies and toddlers to eat is one of the most stressful parts of parenting, but the solution might be as simple as adjusting the way they sit. If you have a picky eater or a squirmy toddler who can’t seem to focus on his food, your highchair might be the problem, says Aviva Allen, a kids’ nutritionist in Toronto.

Simple Solutions for Homemade Baby Food

November 2nd, 2017 | By: Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers
Here’s how to make baby food from scratch. Bonus! It's so easy you can even do it when you’re traveling or dining out.
Simple Solutions for Homemade Baby Food

Making baby food is healthy and economical. At home, it’s easy; but traveling or dining out doesn’t mean you need to resort to pre-made, jarred food. Just follow our tips for making baby food to enjoy on the go.

Your Top Five Food Questions Answered

October 12th, 2016 | By: Sydney Loney
Worried about when to start solids or how to prevent allergies? We have the answers.
Your Top Five Food Questions Answered

When it comes to what to feed babies and when, a lot of parents worry about doing the wrong thing. “It’s not an intuitive process,” says Dr. Jeremey Friedman, chief of Paediatric Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Here are our answers to five of the most common questions about babies and food.

Rising Allergy Rates

February 21st, 2016 | By: Nancy Ripton
One in every 13 children has an allergy. Find out why experts believe allergy rates have surged in recent years.
Rising Allergy Rates

It was only a few decades ago that having a kid with allergies in the classroom was an irregularity rather than the norm. Allergy rates have tripled in the past 10 to 15 years in North America, Britain and Australia. It’s now estimated that roughly 15 million Americans have food allergies, and that allergies affect one in every 13 children – that’s roughly two kids in every classroom. The rate of increase is alarming!