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The return of phage therapy to combat the global superbug crisis

By Steffanie Strathdee I never imagined that bacteria I used to streak on my petri plates back in the 1980’s at the University of Toronto...

New treatment for bipolar depression could have fewer side effects

By Vivian Sum “People who come to us have symptoms so severe that they are not able to enjoy their life, work or relationships,” says...

What are your strengths as a caregiver?

By Natalie Strouth Are you aware of your individual caregiver strengths? What about your internal resources? What is your greatest strength as a family...

How do you motivate and inspire patients to get fit?

By Barb Gormley Regular physical activity is an important part of good diabetes management, but sometimes it is hard for people to incorporate into their...

Why is the nasal spray flu vaccine still offered in Canada?

By Dr. Samira Mubareka As healthcare providers, we know that the best protection against the influenza virus is to get the flu shot. For...

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