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How do plant-based beverages compare with cow’s milk?

***SPONSORED CONTENT** With so many options available in the supermarket fridge, it’s important to learn about the nutrient comparison of cow’s milk vs. plant-based beverages...

Ontario not prepared to fully benefit from coming treatment for Alzheimer’s disease

Preparing for a future disease-modifying therapy for Alzheimer’s disease will help reduce wait times, avoid disease progression Research out of the University of Southern California...

Removing barriers to addiction treatment

An increasingly toxic drug supply combined with the effects of the COVID pandemic has led to a steep increase in the number of opioid-related...

Collaboration is key when it comes to supports for youth opioid use

Researchers recommend improving youth’s access to harm reduction initiatives. The drug toxicity crisis in British Columbia has claimed the lives of over 130 youth between January and...

World first: direct-to-brain delivery of therapeutic in Parkinson’s disease using focused ultrasound is safe

A team of researchers from Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and University Health Network (UHN) are the first in the world to demonstrate that focused...

Can an easy excuse lead people to underestimate a COVID-19 diagnosis?

By Samantha Sexton Medical care requires clinicians to think through complex uncertainties, assess risks analytically, and guard against possible biases in human judgment. A new study, published this...

Task Force puts equity, diversity and inclusion at the core of research

By Ana Gajic Approaching research through an equitable lens is a core principle emerging at Unity Health Toronto. Vast inequities in healthcare experiences and outcomes...

IPAC Canada advocates for enhanced surveillance

By Colette Ouellet Annually in October, we have an opportunity to recognize Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) and the leadership role that IPAC professionals...

Emergency room physicians can accurately predict serious outcomes for syncope (fainting) patients with a validated risk score

Projected to save the Canadian healthcare system approximately $70M per year, the CANet-funded Canadian Syncope Risk Score (CSRS) is helping doctors improve syncope care in the...

Understanding Privacy’s Role in Enabling Interoperability

By Abigail Carter-Langford There are many challenges to enabling interoperability in health care within and across jurisdictions — there is a plethora of IT systems...

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