Monthly Archives: February 2006

Meandering under a bridge and past replicas of houses, barns and churches, a model train at Parkwood Hospital in London, Ontario is a symbol...

While it's true that today's seniors are healthier and living at home longer than previous generations, falls remain the number one safety concern. Kingston...

Dementia is defined as the chronic deterioration of intellectual function and other cognitive skills severe enough to interfere with the ability to perform activities...

SickKids is the first hospital in North America to use a catheter to replace a pulmonary valve, eliminating the need for open-heart surgery in...

Nicole Turner can't lift a fork to her mouth. Yet thanks to an innovative program that brings adapted music to Ontario children with disabilities,...

Twenty-one weeks into her pregnancy, Sarah Platnar of Pickering, Ontario found out that her developing fetus had a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. Muscle tissue on...

"In a recent survey in Canada, of the estimated 20,000 patients who might benefit from epilepsy surgery, only 350 had been treated with surgery,"...

St. Joseph's Health Centre is strengthening its community roots as it faces the challenge of providing care to Metro Toronto's largest senior population that...

When you're just four years old and not feeling well, simply being inside a hospital can be intimidating. Throw in a whole battery of...