How studying women during pregnancy may help researchers develop a tool that can predict mental illness.
Video series by Sunnybrook communications advisor Monica Matys.
If something happened to you, who would make health decisions for you? And how would they know what your wishes are?
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?