People living with heart disease, diabetes or other health issues can be at risk for ulcers, often hard to heal lesions that can be painful and...
Tips for living well from Sunnybrook Hospital experts.
If you are living with cancer, these tips can help overcome some of the side effects of treatment, like nausea, and weight loss or gain.
Studies show that having arthritis, especially rheumatoid arthritis doubles your risk of developing a heart condition.
Over 3.5 million Canadians live with some form of urinary incontinence, which is the involuntary leakage of urine.
Frostbite is no joke. Six things you should know about frostbite, and protecting against it.
Three Sunnybrook registered dietitians offer their insights on Canada's Food Guide changes and what they mean for Canadians.
Despite an increased risk of tendon and aortic rupture, fluoroquinolones remain a valuable treatment option for many patients.
These types of viruses are typically very highly contagious and spread very easily through families and households.
What is one of the best things I can do to make me healthier in the new year?
Sunnybrook’s cochlear implant program — the largest in Canada — is increasingly treating more seniors in their 80s, 90s and beyond.