Monthly Archives: March 2011

A free yet powerful medicine is sweeping through the halls of Parkwood Hospital in London. It’s laughter. If you hear patients and staff...

A centuries old martial art, historically known for its therapeutic powers, is now making its way into the medical mainstream with one of the...

Caring for an elderly loved one facing declining health is one of the most complex – and sensitive – of family issues. But...

A major feature of arthritis research over the past decade has been the development of multi-disciplinary projects, where a team of scientists with diverse...

West Park Healthcare Centre’s hydrotherapy pool is an oasis for those seeking ways to lessen the painful effects of arthritis and other rheumatic conditions....

When Dr. Natalie Archer learned that a new state-of-the-art facility would be built for Runnymede Healthcare Centre, the Toronto dentist knew she had to...

What Zen meditators don’t think about won’t hurt them. That was the title of the press release written by the Université de Montréal public...

Is acupuncture a reasonably effective intervention for the treatment of pain? Advocates will tell you “yes” and show you dozens of studies to support...

An increasing number of studies emphasize the health benefits of physical activity. Yoga, an ancient practice aimed at achieving tranquility and increasing flexibility, muscle...

Doreen Bagley, a patient at Lakeridge Health is a charming woman, full of laughter and a zest for life. In 1985 she was diagnosed...