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There’s a lot of information available about breastfeeding. How can you distinguish between true and false so you can offer the very best to your baby?
Here are a few examples of some common myths about breastfeeding, followed by explanations for the purpose of clarifying the issue.
If your doctor has prescribed an antidepressant, you are likely to have a lot of questions. Here is some information to help shed some light on the subject.
The intrauterine device (IUD) is an interesting contraception option. However, there are several misconceptions being conveyed about it.
In an age where the war on germs is omnipresent, the use of hand sanitizer is common. Is this a good option?
In winter, a number of factors can impact health, including your child's. Yet, it is important to distinguish between myth and reality.
The pink ribbon found on several products reminds us that breast cancer is a disease which affects roughly 25,000 people in Canada each year. It is estimated that each day, 67 Canadian women receive a new breast cancer diagnosis and that 14 women will die from the disease. Cancer incidence increases with age; women between 50 and 69 years of age are the ones most affected by the disease. Men can also suffer from breast cancer, although significantly less frequently than women.