Women's Health eNews Archive

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  • July 21, 2016
    Is your baby a morning lark or a night owl? Like adults, babies have different natural preferences when it comes to sleeping and waking, and their capacity to sleep also changes during the first six months of life. However, as parents also need their rest, baby's sleeping patterns are often a hot topic for discussion with health care providers, family members and other parents!
  • June 28, 2016
    What do you do when your sweet newborn turns into a tiny tyrant? First of all, understand that you are not alone. It's normal for babies to go through a fussy period between two and six weeks, explains Ruth Comfort, a practicing midwife at the South Community Birth Program and Assistant Head of the Department of Midwifery at BC Women's Hospital.