Monthly Archives: August 2013

British Columbia is well known for its wide variety of outdoor activities and summer in B.C. is all about outdoor adventures and exploration. It...

Researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital are asking questions about the practice of automatically transfusing large amounts of blood and blood products to trauma patients...

Imagine the day when doctors repair damaged, diseased or arthritic joints with new ones ― not made of titanium or plastic ― but with...

  It seems that every time we turn on the news we are bombarded with details about the latest catastrophic event. Internationally, stories like the...

When the floodwaters started to rise in southern Alberta, an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) team from the Edmonton Zone of Alberta Health Services was...

For a month I had been experiencing unusual symptoms; headaches, bruising, bleeding gums and constant fatigue.  But I knew something was really wrong when...

In the late morning of April 5, 2008, Andrew McCallum was doing what he did most days: walking his shortcut along the train tracks...

Roy Brown is an active and independent 89-year-old who still drives, does his own shopping and cooking. Roy lives alone in his Oakville house,...

Ben Piper realized he wanted to work in the Emergency Department (ED) while doing rotations as a student in the Physician Assistant (PA) program...

  Progressive mobility in critical care is a growing trend in health care worldwide, which aims to keeps patients moving through exercise during their Intensive...