CHU Sainte-Justine and The Montreal Children’s Hospital to update the public regarding H1N1 testing at emergency rooms The emergency rooms at the CHU Sainte-Justine and The Montreal Children’s Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre are seeing a significant upsurge in patients seeking care. The boost is because of patients with moderate flu-like symptoms and fever and because of parents asking that their child be tested to determine if he provides H1N1. The CHU Sainte-Justine and The Montreal Children’s Hospital will be holding a press meeting to update the general public on the problem. WHEN: October 29, 2009 at 11:00 WHERE: The Montreal Children’s Hospital of the MUHC 2300 rue Tupper C-417 WHO: Dr.Start the year away on solid footing by making good nutrition part of your child's schedule. Multiple research show that good diet, improved hydration and appropriate sleep play an enormous role in academic success. Mary Pat Turon-Findley MS, RD, LD, a clinical dietitian in the Division of Nourishment Therapy at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, says multiple studies have shown that poor nutrition affects school functionality and overall achievement adversely. Because nutrition food and habits choices can transform during the summer months, parents should start to prepare before the educational school calendar year begins. Parents are encouraged to reboot good eating habits, hydration and sleep practices at least a week ahead of school starting. Turon-Findley says that the best way parents might help their children nutritionally is by producing sure they have a wholesome morning meal.