By Cathy Barrick Canadians are expressing anger, frustration, and profound sadness at the observations made in a Canadian Armed Forces recent report. No one should have to
A large number of COVID-19 treatment options (620 novel and repurposed drugs as of mid-May) have joined the drug development pipeline, with over 72% of these drugs in
By Caroline Tapp-McDougall Want to live a longer life in good health? We’ve all heard of the need to make behavioural changes like quitting smoking, exercising, or reducing
“ I’ve been in the business world most of my life. My seizures began when I turned thirty. I made the mistake of having my first seizure while standing by a lake, by myself.
Depression and feelings of isolation are common among seniors with dementia and meaningful social interactions can make a big difference. By bringing together seniors and