Monthly Archives: March 2003

A former patient of West Park Healthcare Centre's Respiratory Rehabilitation Service, Canadian media icon Peter Gzowski wanted to do anything he could to help...

When Donna Marcelissen opens her eyes in the morning, her world is no longer a soft-focus blur, like a Monet painting. She can make...

Three years ago, Barbara decided to join a running club that meets three times a week. As Barbara's endurance and distance improved, she discovered...

By Alexis Mantell Supported with funding from the Canadian Diabetes Association, a Vancouver researcher and his team have developed a simple blood test that, for...

Researchers at The Hospital for Sick Children (HSC) and the University of Toronto (U of T) have identified a new human protein, OCTN3, which...

Each year the health-care system spends millions of dollars treating the consequences of obesity including cardiovascular conditions, orthopedic problems, asthma, allergies, diabetes, cancer and...

Boys playing Atom and Bantam hockey in the Greater Toronto Area this hockey season will be learning more than just how to shoot and...

Talking about her colon cancer was the last thing Mary wanted to do when she received the initial news. "At first, I could hardly...

The recent Romanow and Kirby reports have focused attention once again on Canada's health care system. Unfortunately, these reports have overlooked the changing profile...

Diabetes is a serious and growing health problem affecting over six per cent of Ontarians. While diabetes is often thought of as a blood...