The Children’s Health and Safety campaign encourages Canadian parents on proactive measures with their children by educating them on the solutions available to make informed choices on what’s best for them to ensure the utmost health and safety for their children.
With the Elementary Road Safety program, Aviva Canada is providing schools with tools that leverage data to help make school zones safer.
Childhood cancer is the #1 cause of death by disease of Canadian children. Around one in five children will not survive their diagnosis and the death rate increases beyond five years.
T1D can occur in people of any age, and its causes are not fully known. JDRF has the resources and support for you and your family.
If your child has a food allergy, you’re also thinking about how this ongoing COVID pandemic impacts the way it’ll be managed at school.
AML is characterized by the replacement of normal blood cell production in the bone marrow with aggressively growing cancer cells.
When working with individuals living with ASD, clinical practices and patient care must prioritize diversity and inclusion.
Parents of children with disabilities share their experiences with researchers at CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research.
Canada is grieving, and therefore so are our children.
A concussion is a type of brain injury. It changes the way the brain functions and can affect your child physically or emotionally.
You wouldn’t think that these small button batteries could cause so much harm. But they do, especially if they get stuck in the esophagus.