260 results for: Pediatric Health

Oral Health - Pediatrics Background

Background information regarding pediatric/paediatrics oral health.

2017-01-06 – Background

Pediatric Nutrition Guidelines (Birth to Six Years) for Health Professionals

These Ontario Dietitians in Public Health (ODPH) guidelines provide information on nutrition and feeding and red flags for healthy, full-term infants to 6 years of age.

  2022-05-04 – Manual/Guide

Fluoride and Human Health

A fact sheet from Health Canada for consumers that provides an overview on fluoride and human health.

  2017-09-08 – Handout

Oral Health Summary of Recommendations and Evidence

A synthesis of the recommendations and evidence regarding oral health.

2019-02-20 – Summary of Recommendations and Evidence

Protecting Toddlers from Tooth Decay

A consumer factsheet produced by the Infant and Toddler Forum (UK) providing advice and information on oral health in toddlers and protecting from tooth decay.

  2016-05-12 – Handout

Fr: Des dents saines pour votre enfant (Healthy Teeth for Children)

A French factsheet by the Canadian Pediatric Society for parents and caregivers about caring for children's teeth.

  2018-07-15 – Handout

Healthy Teeth for Children

A factsheet by the Canadian Pediatric Society for parents and caregivers about caring for children's teeth.

  2018-07-15 – Handout

Obesity in Canada

This Public Health Agency of Canada and the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) report discusses the prevalence of obesity in adults, children, youth and Indigenous peoples. It also includes the determinants of obesity, health and economic implications, the impact of obesity in Canada and learnings of obesity prevention.

  2021-10-26 – Research Report/Paper

Child Diet Slide Set (UK)

PowerPoint presentation by Public Health England providing information on key data, patterns and trends in the child diet.

  2016-08-29 – Other

WHO Growth Charts for Canada

These World Health Organization growth charts, recommended by Dietitians of Canada, The Canadian Paediatric Society, the College of Family Physicians of Canada and Community Health Nurses of Canada are for health professionals for monitoring individual Canadian children's growth. Growth charts updated in 2014.

  2014-04-28 – Evaluation/Assessment Tool