Monthly Archives: May 2013

Recent studies have shown that one in five Canadians will experience a mental illness in their lifetime, and that mental health is the number...

People ask me – what is the most difficult part of your day to day job as a Hospital CEO?  For me, responding to...

Families across Canada are more and more facing a dilemma: how to ensure aging parents and other loved ones have the kind of personal...

Gone are the days when healthcare practitioners needed to recall the legal age of consent for treatment –18, 12, 9, 15?  In most Canadian...

Does your toddler seem tongue-tied? Don’t worry – they’re not alone. Speech and language delays are a common issue for many Canadian kids, and one...

Until now, treatment for paediatric sarcoma (bone and/or muscle tumour) in Canada has been done in the hospital. Typically, patients check in for a...

Children laughing, playing and running around are the first sounds and sights that greet you as you walk through the doors of Peterborough Regional...

In early 2013, Barry Goldlist 61, a dentist from Thornhill, Ontario, thought he was battling a typical winter cold or flu. After finding a...

As a physiotherapist working in a hospital setting, you see the world differently from others, according to Melissa Bedford. Melissa and her colleague Tracy...

Cliff Robinson played too many games of golf. Or that’s what the avid golfer thought when his shoulder began giving him grief. Very soon a...