QUÉBEC CITY, Feb. 27, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Prospective parents in Quebec
will now receive the new 2013 edition of From Tiny Tot to Toddler, a practical guide for parents, from pregnancy to age two. All parents
are given a free copy of this indispensable reference when they consult
their healthcare provider during pregnancy or as part of the adoption
process, to help answer their questions about pregnancy, delivery, and
caring for their baby up to age two.
As always, the 2013 edition is based on scientific data and consensus
practices. Changes to this edition however include revisions to the
pregnancy and delivery sections and a major update of the chapters
dealing with common health problems and safety.
"Each time we update From Tiny Tot to Toddler it's a real group effort," said Luc Boileau, president and CEO of
Institut national de santé publique du Québec. "It involves parent
contributors, health professionals who believe in good parent
communication, and a dedicated team with a deep commitment to health
The guide's many illustrations, clear language, and detailed index make
it particularly user-friendly for mothers and fathers.
Visit www.inspq.qc.ca/tinytot in the "Edition 2013: What's New?" section to find out about the
changes to this edition. You can also view the guide online or download
it at no cost.
Printed copies are available for those not eligible to receive it free
of charge. The price is $22.95 in bookstores or through Les
Publications du Québec.
SOURCE: Institut national de santé publique du Québec
For further information:
Institut national de santé publique du Québec
514-864-1600, extension 3312