Dr. Upton Allen talks about how to handle flu season.
What if your child is bullying others? Dr. Debra Pepler talks to us about this touchy subject and offers some pointers on how you can correct bullying behaviour in your child.
How often has your child come home telling you that they are being singled out in a class? In this video, Dr. Debra Pepler shares a few tips about how to navigate and deal with a bullying teacher.
In this part of our bullying series, Dr. Debra Pepler helps clarify some common misconceptions about bullying and bullying behaviour.
Raising children is hard; especially when they won't speak up for themselves. Watch as Dr. Debra Pepler shows some techniques that can help your child in their social interactions and help bolster their self esteem.
Watch Dr. Debra Pepler as she talks about the impact of Cyber bullying on your child, and how to help them.
What can you do to ensure that your child's school environment is a healthy one? How can you build strong relationships with a school's staff? Watch as Dr. Debra Pepler talks us through some steps that you can use to help your child at his or her school.
In this portion of our bullying series, Dr. Debra Pepler talks to us about what makes a bully and if there is anything we can do at home to correct bullying behaviour.
In this video we learn about some of the most harmful attitudes directed at children with alternative sexual identities in Canadian Schools
In this video, we hear about how teachers can deal with homophobia in practical ways.
In this video, one of Canada's leading experts on Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience talks about how early childhood educational support can have a positive life-long impact.
In this video, neuroscience expert Dr. Adele Diamond explains how ADHD is not just one type of disorder and how some children with ADHD are either hyperactive or inattentive, but not both.
In this video, one of Canada’s leading experts on Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience talks about the control centre of the brain called the prefrontal cortex.
Cognitive scientist Dr. Adele Diamond of the University of British Columbia talks about what works in classroom instruction, and what does not.
In this video, Dr. Adele Diamond talks about how tests that show infants can understand more than we realize.
In this video, Dr Adele Diamond, from the University of British Columbia, explains how pretend play and exercising imagination are very important for developing a child’s ability to think well.
Stan Lee tells AboutKidsHealth about Soldier Zero, a superhero who lives life in a wheelchair.
In this video, the legendary Stan Lee sits down to discuss the ‘super power’ of being able to overcome a disability like ADHD, both mentally and socially.
The creator of many superheroes in comics and motion pictures talks about creating characters that always outsmart the bullies.
Hollywood’s Stan Lee talks about how superheroes help kids realize that what makes them ‘different’ is what can make them special.
Most of what the parenting books tell you is wrong. Parenting the defiant child is really about training parents to be more effective adults, according to Yale University’s Dr. Alan Kazdin.
Dr. Christine Newman, Paediatric Palliative Care Specialist, talks about the most common questions children have about their own deaths and discusses issues ranging from withdrawing life support to what to say and what not to say to grieving children.
Original Catwoman Julie Newmar talks about self-image in girls, raising a child with a complex condition, dealing with the challenges of chronic pain, and finding the superhero within.
Dr. Rosemary Tannock, Canada Research Chair of Special Education and Adaptive Technology and an internationally recognized expert on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, explains how ADHD is a type of learning disability.
The Director of Neuroimaging Research at the University of Iowa, Dr. Nancy Andreasen, talks about what creativity looks like inside the brain, and how creative genius can be nurtured or destroyed.
Dr. Christine Dunkel Schetter talks about the risks associated with premature birth and how stress in pregnant mothers is one factor affecting premature birth.
Dr. Stephanie Carlson talks about how children’s brains develop decision-making skills and how parents can help foster self-control in their children.
Dr. Judith Beck explains how the way we think affects what we do and how we feel, and how parents can help their children reframe their negative thoughts into more hopeful ones.
Dr. Rosemary Tannock, Chair for the Canadian Research of Special Education and Adaptive Technology and internationally recognized expert on ADHD, discusses seminars for teachers and Ministries of Health around the world.
Psychologist Dr. Frank Farley describes the ‘thrill-seeking’ child and how to motivate and direct their activity in positive ways.
Dr. Dante Cicchetti explains how child neglect and abuse affect the physiology and the development of a child’s brain.
Experts at Toronto's SickKids Hospital explain why children with ADHD need special education.
ADHD is normally thought of as a problem, but it can also be an asset. In this video, researchers, parents, and people with ADHD discuss learning to work with ADHD instead of against it.
A child's simple lemonade stand to raise money for epilepsy research has grown to enormous proportions.
This video offers an overview of Epilepsy. Epilepsy is common and exists all over the world.
The ketogenic diet is a form of dietary therapy for epilepsy. In this video we learn why Jack calls it his 'magic diet.'
Undertreating pain from childhood injections can result in needle phobia. This video looks at how parents and health care providers can help.
How superhero stories relate to disability and bullying issues some kids have to face.
In this video, doctors and families discuss recent developments in creating one-stop health centres that better meet the needs of children with chronic, complex health conditions.
This 10-minute video describes TeleLink, a technology-driven long-distance mental health service for children living in remote areas of Canada.
This video discusses the two main ways doctors diagnose ALL in children: bone marrow aspirate and lumbar puncture (spinal tap).
Watch this video to learn what happens during each treatment phase of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).
This video looks into the lives of parents caring for a child with leukemia.
When white blood cells drop to very low levels, it causes a complication called neutropenia. Watch this video to learn about neutropenia and what to do if your child develops a fever during leukemia treatment.
Michael Seccareccia was 12 years old when he was diagnosed with leukemia. Now at the age of 19, he talks about his experience and how he continues to thrive, cancer-free.
A national anti-bullying conference brought psychologists, psychiatrists, teachers, social workers, and youth groups together to address the problem of bullying and to explore some of the solutions.
An introduction for children who have been newly diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and their parents. Featuring interviews and animations, this video helps families cope with this frightening diagnosis.