Monthly Archives: October 2015

#Helicobacter pylori is a troublemaking bacterium that infects the stomach and can cause indigestion, stomach ulcers and, in rare cases, stomach cancer. H. pylori...

          By Simon Hodgett In today’s complex technology environment there are doubts across many sectors as to whether there is enough focus on supplier relationships and...

Today’s health care system can be characterized as one that is under enormous strain given our demographic and economic realities. The changes underway in...

After her appendix burst last August, Susan Gokiert underwent emergency surgery and, due to unexpected and ensuing complications, spent three weeks in hospital. But the...

In the medical field, breakthrough research means better health outcomes for Canadians. There is also important research news about how health human resources can...

Hospital boards appoint leaders but it is the health care system that builds them. Some may bring experience from the broader public sector or...

#Trauma suffered in childhood – such as emotional or physical abuse – can significantly affect a person’s physical and mental health well into adulthood....

#The Hospital for Sick Children (#SickKids) has launched an ambitious patient and staff safety initiative that will have a significant impact in making care...

  #The Scarborough Hospital’s (TSH) #Mental Health department is taking mental health therapy beyond the bricks and mortar of the hospital, becoming the first and...

By Peri Elmokadem For a patient with an #addiction problem, timing is everything. The sooner their health care professionals can get them on their way...