I’ve been prescribed several medications for various health problems. But I find it hard to pay for my drugs. What am I supposed to do it when I...
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Paul Taylor, Sunnybrook’s Patient Navigation Advisor, will provide advice and answer questions to patients and visitors, relying heavily on medical and health experts.
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Will I get hooked on the opioid medication I'll be given to control pain after surgery?
My mother has advanced dementia and lives in a nursing home. She is now having problems swallowing her food. What are the pros and cons of feeding...
Changing to electronic medical records is a daunting task for physicians who have been in practice for a long time.
I want to pay more attention to my health. I must admit I am a bit of a techno geek. How can I find an app that suits my needs?
To properly protect patients, the vaccination rate for health-care providers should be higher.
WHO has declared that Zika no longer represents a public health emergency, but that doesn’t mean you can let your guard down.
A growing body of research now suggests that prolonged use of antipsychotic drugs can pose risks to dementia patients.
After years of conflicting opinions, dentists and surgeons recently concluded that antibiotics aren’t needed before dental procedures after all.
In some cases, the ways men and women respond to medications may differ.