As the holiday season approaches, you may be involved in social gatherings where alcoholic drinks may be served. If pregnant or planning a pregnancy, the safest choice is to avoid drinking any alcohol. There is no known safe time, type or amount of alcohol when pregnant or planning to be pregnant. Try making mocktails for… Continue reading Alcohol use in pregnancy: Is it safe?
Alcohol and pregnancy – a topic that has been around for generations and many people have different opinions on. This is discussed in our prenatal programs, and common questions asked are: "Isn't it OK to have a glass of wine or cider on a special occasion during pregnancy?" "One drink won't hurt, right?" "My mom… Continue reading FASD: Reduce the risk
During our nutrition groups, a common question parents ask is "Now that my baby is starting solid food, how can I get them to drink fluids from a cup?" This is an excellent question! Nutrition is dynamic and information changes all the time. Health Canada recommends when introducing solids to your baby around six months… Continue reading Introducing baby to a cup