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Feelings of stress and emotional suffering are often reported by family members who fulfil the role of caregiver for their loved ones (2012 General...

The government has passed legislation that will make life a little easier for first responders struggling with PTSD. But nurses are now left wondering...

Ontario’s Bill 210, the Patients First Act, 2016 passed first reading on June 2, 2016 and, if enacted as drafted, will significantly expand the...

In recent decades, we have seen dramatic increases in our understanding of disease and our technical capabilities in treating illness and injury. Progress has...

Where does a patient go when their needs are too complex for a community or family physician but may not require inpatient hospitalization or...

Hilary Daum will never forget March 15, 2015. That was the day her son, two and a half-year old Sage Amor, was diagnosed with...

The benefits of breastfeeding are many. And the pressure on moms to breastfeed — and to continue breastfeeding — is high. But what happens...

Mosquito-borne diseases are not usually a hot news topic in North America, despite the fact that nearly half a million lives were lost to...

Health Sciences North (HSN) and a team of cardiologists in Greater Sudbury have joined forces to launch a new one-stop centre for cardiac care. The...

With the growing prevalence of dementia which already affects over half a million Canadians, the race is on to improve prevention, diagnosis, treatment and...