Monthly Archives: November 2015

What’s New — Managing Millennials

They’re Canada’s fastest–growing demographic and – according to consulting firm Deloitte – by 2025 they will comprise three-quarters of the workforce. They are millennials, also known as Generation Y: twenty- and thirtysomethings shaking up the status quo, challenging workplace culture … Continue reading

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What’s New — Does Your Child Have a Speech Disorder?

Sitting, crawling, walking, talking — they’re all major milestones parents eagerly anticipate from their bundle of joy. But when Junior hits his sixth birthday and he’s still asking for a “nana” instead of a banana, he may have a speech … Continue reading

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What’s New — Ain’t No Cure For the Common Cold

Runny nose, sore throat, sneezing, fever, cough, aches and pains. We know these dreaded descriptors better as the common cold. And it’s called the common cold for good reason: according to the Canadian Centre For Occupational Health and Safety, the … Continue reading

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What’s New — Talking Tragedy With Kids

The recent terror attacks in Paris and around the world are hard enough for the average adult to comprehend. Imagine how confusing they must be for a child. But unless you live in a place with no TV, no newspapers … Continue reading

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What’s New — What Killed Robin Williams

Robin Williams tickled our collective funny bone for more than four decades with his manic, subversive humour. But nobody was laughing when the actor took his own life in August 2014, at the age of 63. His family, friends and fans … Continue reading

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What’s New — Inverted Nipples

Inverted nipples affect up to 30 percent of women. They’re usually not a problem — other than some women find innies embarrassing — until pregnancy, when most mothers discover nursing can be very difficult.  I spoke with plastic surgeon Dr. … Continue reading

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