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Taking a bite out of stigma and the “Big Apple”

It was the summer of 1978, disco was climbing the charts, the first “test tube” baby was born, and the framework for the Camp...

Wound treatment clinic provides valuable service

Located at The Scarborough Hospital (TSH) General campus is one of the busiest Wound Treatment Clinics in Canada. It is housed in a small...

Adapting addiction treatment for people of African descent

Vance sits in his chair waiting for the rest of his group members to arrive. He’s playful, skeptical and weary but game for the...

Taking aim at autism…from many angles

Finding a diagnostic tool and an effective treatment for autism are the end goals for Dr. Dorota Crawford, whether she is studying genetic markers...

Caring for the Caregiver

John* believed he was a model caregiver to his wife Lori* who had dementia and used a wheelchair. He anticipated her every need and...

U of T study shows infants can remember emotional events

A new study led by a University of Toronto Scarborough psychologist shows that human infants can remember unusual emotional events. Investigating the impact of...

Is it moodiness or is it depression?

Depression in children and teenagers can be very debilitating and can have a lifelong impact. Parents who suspect their child, even their youngster,...

St. Joseph’s Regional Mental Health Care paves the road to recovery

Recovery from a mental illness is a journey of healing and transformation and the path to recovery is unique for each client, explains Mary...

Humber River’s Chief of Psychiatry Leads Campaign to Remove Stigma from the Care of...

During the summer of 2007, while in Berlin as a member of the International Advisory Board for the German Centres of Excellence in Schizophrenia...

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