Helping Canadians with asthma to breathe easier

The world-renowned Firestone Clinic at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton is finding new ways to help nearly three million Canadians diagnosed with asthma. Ground-breaking new treatment...

Fighting diabetes with interdisciplinary education

It only takes a few minutes of conversation with any member of Hôpital Montfort’s Diabetes Clinic to grasp the amount of success stories their...

A smoother transition: Diabetes care from hospital to home

Two years ago Providence Healthcare, a leading provider of rehabilitative care in Toronto’s East end, embarked on a collaborative partnership with Saint Elizabeth, a...

Study aims to learn more about type 1diabetes

The rate of type 1 diabetes is on the rise worldwide, with the greatest increase happening in children younger than five. There’s no established...

Helping patients live life well with chronic disease

Navigating your way through the health care system can be challenging, especially if you have a chronic illness like Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)...

Patient engagement using mobile technology

Patient engagement and mobile health technology (or mHealth) are expressions that have permeated discussion and debate within health care organizations. The combination of the...

Diabetes-specific electronic medical record Canadian first

The new system, a Canadian first, gives care providers access to patient information anytime, anyplace, improving care coordination, efficiency and effectiveness. The Centre for Diabetes,...

Future directions in cell transplantation for Type I Diabetes

Type I Diabetes is a chronic condition caused by a loss of insulin-secreting beta cells. These cells are normally located within the islets of...

Service supports Muslims with diabetes

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...

New form of inflammatory bowel disease

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...

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