Monthly Archives: June 2014

In summing up his view on the value of research, heart-attack survivor Tom Lancaster doesn’t mince words: “If it weren’t for heart research, I...

Hoping to build on last year’s success and extend its reach, the Primary Care Diabetes Support Program (PCDSP) of St. Joseph’s Health Care London...

A heart valve procedure is enough to make any patient nervous, but Gisela Wegner didn’t show any nerves as doctors at St. Paul’s Hospital...

Earlier this year, I stood on the front of a large piece of heavy construction machinery with the Providence Care Board Chair as we...

More than nine million Canadians are living with diabetes or prediabetes. With more than 20 people being newly diagnosed every hour of every day,...

A generation ago, “after school” was a time when most children looked forward to being outside, running around and playing until they were called...

Though I am embarrassed to admit, in my young and foolish days you may have found me at a tanning salon. I was not...

The York Region Preschool Speech and Language Program (YRPSLP) offered through Markham Stouffville Hospital provides help for children from birth to Junior Kindergarten entry who...

For kids escaping school routine, the summer offers endless possibilities of things to do, people to see and places to go. For children with...

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which affects more than 200,000 Canadians and is more common than multiple sclerosis and almost as prevalent as Type 1...