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Yes, but please be aware that, online (via website, email, or social media), physicians in Canada are prohibited from answering specific health inquiries, or questions regarding a person, or person’s current state of health, or treatment or diagnosis of that person. The information we can responsibly provide online are general health and wellness guidelines and knowledge.  These guidelines are in keeping your best interests, and are set forth by Canada’s College of Physicians and Surgeons.

IMPORTANT: if you have a question about a current state of health or medical condition, whether for yourself or a child in your care, PLEASE CONSULT A PHYSICIAN IN PERSON AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

I love providing health and parenting information online, however, due to the importance with proper diagnosis of any health situation – physicians are not permitted to share “medical advice”, nor would it be prudent to do so.

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