A registered dietitian offers helpful approaches (and how to prevent world war three from breaking out at the dinner table!)
Health tips & information from Sunnybrook experts
Mumps is in the news with cases reported among NHL players. Here’s what you need to know about this viral infection.
This yeast bread combines the warm aromatic flavours we love with all of the nutritious goodness of a 100% whole wheat bread.
I recently had an appoinment with a medical specialist at a hospital clinic. It was booked for after lunch. By 4 p.m., the doctor had still not seen me. Then the receptionist announced the clinic was closing for the day and I would have to come back at another time. I’m really annoyed. Is there a place where I can lodge a complaint?
Germs are everywhere, and while not all are harmful, some can certainly make us sick. Dr. Andrew Simor, Chief of the Department of Microbiology, separates the facts from the fiction.
In this animated video, Sunnybrook psychiatrist Dr. Nikola Grujich explains what you need to know about anxiety disorders.
I had a colonoscopy ten years ago to check for colon cancer. Now my doctor says it’s time to do it again. I didn’t mind the procedure. But I hated drinking that horrible fluid beforehand to clean out my bowel. Why does that stuff taste so awful and is there an alternative?
Up to 20% of those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease also have agitation. As the disease progresses, agitation becomes more common.
According to the Canadian Diabetes Association, more than 20 people are newly diagnosed with diabetes every hour of every day.
Four ways to ease pressure on your spine from too much downward looking (texting!)