The average Canadian consumed about 26 teaspoons of sugar daily in 2004. Experts say we should slash that amount in half. Here’s how.
Health tips & information from Sunnybrook experts
Question: My son has a spot on his leg and we’re worried it might be melanoma skin cancer. His doctor has recommended doing a punch biopsy. But we are not sure that’s the right approach.
A Sunnybrook family physician’s top 5 tried and true approaches for staying healthy this flu season
The new program provides more sensitive obstetrical care for families who’ve experienced previous pregnancy loss.
Three-time Olympian Karen Cockburn on her experience with physical activity, pregnancy and motherhood
Put an autumn twist on a classic dish while boosting the nutrition with the punch of pumpkin, squash, or other winter gourd!
Six strategies to reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia.
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Families struggle, sometimes unnecessarily, to find help for their children. Keep looking. There are services that can make a life-saving difference.
Question: I find it takes a very long time to get an appointment with my family doctor. Why is that?