If something happened to you, who would make health decisions for you? And how would they know what your wishes are?
Video series by Sunnybrook communications advisor Monica Matys.
A unique program provides care for women who are pregnant again after previously experiencing a loss.
Weddings can happen at the hospital when injury or illness come into play.
Patients help train medical students by providing them with a hands-on learning experience regarding the patient-doctor relationship.
Group physiotherapy classes improve patients’ range of motion, strength and overall functioning. Bonus: they also cut wait times & save healthcare...
This non-invasive approach to treating aneurysms is a game changer, as the patient’s head doesn’t need to be opened during surgery.
For some people, the dentist can be a scary place. We spoke to a dental expert who explains some ways to manage, and maybe even overcome, that fear.
Heart surgery combining two procedures (TAVI and Mitral Clip) into one is a Canadian first, and could open a new door for many more patients.
Some Sunnybrook doctors follow superstitions before performing surgery -- is there a science behind their rituals?