This risk is highest early after the first stroke – in the first year, 15 times greater than for the general population.
How Noreen Smith overcame a severe shaking disorder through a novel surgical procedure at Sunnybrook, and regained her ability to sketch.
The program allows patients to participate in 90-minute individualized, goal-oriented, task-specific exercises in a group environment.
One type of anti-hypertensive medication may be protecting users' brains against degeneration associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
May is Brain Tumour Awareness Month
Question: Could medical marijuana be helpful for Alzheimer’s disease? Answer: Don’t try this one at home! Alzheimer’s disease and other...
Imagine spending the majority of your day performing rituals or routines your brain is telling you need to be done, and in a certain order, to...
"My father needs surgery. Will this worsen his dementia?" This is one of the more common questions I get asked as a dementia specialist.
Many people on blood thinners will experience visible blood in the urine severe enough to require medical attention, a study published in JAMA found.
Watch a talk by Dr. Lance Hawley, a Sunnybrook psychologist.