Making meds easier and healthier for kids

Did you ever experienced problems related to pediatric formulations? We would like to hear from you.

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What we do

Kids Health Canada is an association founded by four Canadian students. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of Canadian children suffering from illnesses and to facilitate the lives of their parents/caregivers, by increasing the number of pediatric formulations available on the market.

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What is the current situation regarding access to medication in Canada? Why makes children more vulnerable? What alternatives are more suitable for children? This section will provide the answer to your questions.

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Learn more about the experience of nurses, physicians, pharmacists and parents with pediatric formulations.

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Did you ever experienced problems related to pediatric formulations? We would like to hear from you.

Testimonials from Parents

“My daughter has a lot of ear infections. Giving her antibiotics is quite an ordeal. She did not want to take it because it doesn’t taste good. I was shown different techniques to administer it, and it is horrible! It breaks a mother’s heart. The doses of antibiotics were big and we I was stressed every time I had to administer the next dose.

Finally, I discovered some tricks by giving her food she likes in exchange for taking the anti-biotics. But, why do we have to go through all this? why not develop drugs that taste good and in more concentrated doses so that we don’t have to give nearly 10 ml per dose?”

Mother from Quebec

“Clarithromycin is difficult to administer to my child cause it’s sandy and she vomited it constantly… They told me to try and mix it with yoghurt but it’s impossible to hide the texture so I ended up getting it replaced with another …

She’s allergic to penicillin and not many of the antibiotics other than penicillin can be made to taste good. It’s very hard when she gets an infection because there are only one or two antibiotics she can take; this will create problems in the future as she is prone to getting streptococcus. ”.


Do you want to learn more about pediatric formulations? Do you have any questions for us? Would you like to collaborate? Contact us