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How to Care for Your Child During Respiratory Virus Season

Having a sick child can be scary.
Know what symptoms to watch for, how to provide care and comfort at home, and when to seek help — it’s all part of providing good KidCare!

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Limited Supply of Fever and Pain Medicine Products for Children – Information for Families

With the current high demand for cold and flu products for kids, we are seeing a limited supply of children’s acetaminophen (Tylenol®, Tempra®) and ibuprofen (Advil®, Motrin®). This may include liquid and chewable products.

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RSV (Respiratory syncytial virus)-What to Know, When to Get Help

RSV is usually mild and doesn’t need any treatment. Most children get better within a week or two. Most children do not need to see a doctor.

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Update: Specialized infant formula shortage

Canada now has a stable supply of specialized infant formula. Although stock is available for many products, supply of specific formula brands may be limited at your local pharmacy.

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Breastfeeding – Getting Started

While breastfeeding is nature’s way for mothers to nourish their babies, it can take some time to learn. It’s like finding the rhythm of your own dance, there maybe some missteps along the way. We hope that these tips help you get started.

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Jogging Strollers

Did you know you should only use your jogging stroller for walking until your baby is at least 6 months old. After that you can jog or run.

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