Mount Sinai’s Dr. Sandy Logan and colleagues first in Canada to show improved blood...

For the six million Canadians living with high blood pressure, a new smartphone application has the potential to put the power back in the...

The Ottawa Hospital and Canadian Blood Services partner up to establish first public cord...

Often witnessing a child’s beauty will reel us back to a simpler time when song and dance superseded all hardships of growing up. For...

Enhancing interprofessional care for Diabetes Clinic patients

  St. Joseph's Health Centre’s Diabetes Clinic team is using new strategies that are enhancing their interprofessional approach to care, which have improved wait times...

Vulnerability to smoking addiction is shaped by our genes

Have you ever wondered why some people find it so much easier to stop smoking than others? New research shows that vulnerability to smoking...

Translating diabetes research into practical tools

Today, there are more than nine million Canadians living with diabetes or prediabetes. The Canadian Diabetes Association is dedicated to leading the fight against...

Dialysis patients share personal experiences in new video

A unique, new video produced by The Scarborough Hospital is not only an outstanding educational tool for dialysis patients and those living with Chronic...

Exercise in Parkinson’s

Nora Lea Arcand attends a professionally-led exercise class for people with Parkinson’s twice a week at a recreation centre in her Sudbury, Ontario community....

Home dialysis can provide more freedom for chronic kidney disease patients

For chronic kidney disease patients like Alex Harvey, home dialysis is an option that has reaped some great health benefits including lifting dietary restrictions,...

Supporting partners of people with epilepsy

A diagnosis of epilepsy is often a very scary reality, not just for the person with epilepsy, but for their family members as well....

Pain management in patients with ALS

Pain is one of the least acknowledged symptoms of people living with ALS. More than 60 per cent of people living with ALS will...

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