If you can’t get through a real-life conversation without picking up your phone, that’s a sign of overuse.
Paul Hudspith is one of the first participants in a world-first trial at Sunnybrook examining the use of focused ultrasound to open the blood-brain...
Stroke is often thought of as a disease that impacts seniors but the reality is, age doesn’t matter. Learn about signs of stroke and prevention.
Taking a social media time-out might be good for your brain and body.
Dr. Jay Detsky is using MRI to better diagnose and treat brain cancer — and to better see how treatment is working.
Behind-the-research: a Q&A with Dr. Lorne Zinman, director of Sunnybrook’s ALS clinic, which is the largest of its kind in Canada.
J.D. has ALS, a disease he calls "relentlessly progressive and incurable.” Why he decided to make history by being the first person with ALS to...
Sunnybrook researchers are investigating exciting new techniques to harness the power of ultrasound waves to treat depression.
Sunnybrook's residential treatment program for severe OCD is the first program of its kind in Canada.
A new study suggests that in the general population of older adults — and those with Alzheimer’s — cognitive function, thinking and memory...