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Treating your Child's Constipation Issues

Learn what’s causing your child’s constipation, plus how to treat it and when to see a doctor.

by: Dr. Jeremy Friedman

Causes of Constipation are often multifactorial, so treatments ideally target behavioral, dietary and physical influences for constipation. Treatment should be in place for a minimum of six months to allow the bowel time to get back to normal. Treatment of constipation will also differ between, babies, toddlers and children.

Kids And Stomach Flu

There's a stomach bug going around – here's what to do

by: Sydney Loney

Stomach bugs are common in kids–if your child is attending nursery school, going to daycare or simply hanging with friends at at a playdate, there's a good chance he'll eventually end up with the stomach flu. Here's what you need to know:

Circumcision Choices

Weigh the circumcision choices early in your pregnancy so you'll know where you stand before your baby is born.

by: Nancy Ripton

There are so many choices to think about when it comes to deciding whether or not to have your infant son circumcised. Religion, healthcare, pain, and tradition are all at the forefront of parent's thoughts when making this important decision. While experts are still undecided as to whether the benefits or the drawbacks win out, one thing is for sure. You need to look at all the pros and cons of circumsicion choices during your pregnancy because infant circumcisions should be done as soon after birth as possible.

What Is Baby Acne?

Pimples can plague you from infancy to adulthood. Here's how to beat blemishes at any age

by: Sydney Loney

Contrary to popular belief, babies don’t always have the best skin. A rash often mistaken for acne can appear in the first few weeks after birth, says Dr. Miriam Weinstein, a pediatric dermatologist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. And, in some cases, baby acne does exist. Here's how to treat your child's spots (and maybe even your own!).

Preparing Kids For A Hospital Stay

How to take the fear out of a trip to the hospital, especially if your child needs surgery

by: Sydney Loney

Every parent hopes their child will be healthy, but the reality is children get sick and sometimes need surgery, requiring an anesthetic. "We probably anesthetize 18,000 infants and children a year," says Dr. Larry Roy, chief of the Department of Anesthesia at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Children can need elective surgery for everything from heart issues to hernias–here's what you should know about your child's trip to the hospital.

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