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GOING HOME WITH YOUR BABY: Your Public Health Nurse Visit

While going home with your baby can be exciting, parents may have a lot of questions. A visit from your public health nurse can help understand how to care for your new baby and yourself and answer any questions you might have.

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Is there a powdered infant formula shortage in Canada? Myths, facts and suggestions

Recently, there have been many news articles about the U.S. experiencing a shortage in powdered infant formula. These stories can cause parents a lot of anxiety about whether they will find enough formula to feed their baby.  We want to give you the facts about the situation here in Canada.

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Water Safety for Young Children

Children can drown in as little as 2.5 cm (1 inch) of water.

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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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