Having a baby inside a neonatal intensive care unit is a nerve-racking, life-altering experience. At Sunnybrook, parents who have been through it try to give back to those in need
Patients experience better quality of life, thanks to less invasive and more targeted approaches in cancer care being pioneered at Sunnybrook
A groundbreaking clot-removal procedure is saving the lives of stroke victims who were previously hard to treat
Why do people with bipolar disorder have high rates of early heart disease and other problems? The Centre for Youth Bipolar Disorder is searching for clues in proteins found in patients’ blood
Sunnybrook Magazine, which celebrates its fifth anniversary with this edition, is only possible because of our inspiring patients and their stories of perseverance and strength.
Sunnybrook’s Dr. Laurence Klotz started a worldwide debate on how best to treat low-risk prostate cancer – and won it
Research and Innovation
The effects of concussion can linger after a head injury, sometimes for an extended period of time. Headaches, trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, unusual tiredness and trouble with balance are common symptoms.
Made-in-Ontario imaging devices seek to redefine the landscape of interventional cardiology
A world-first study by Sunnybrook Health Science Centre researchers has taken a closer look at why elderly burn patients are far less likely to survive a burn injury than younger adults.
Congratulations to Dr. Sandra Black and Dr. Martin Yaffe who have both been appointed to the Order of Canada!
Sunnybrook brain scientists have demonstrated for the first time in humans that poor sleep quality is linked with enlarged spaces in the brain thought to be tasked with toxin removal.
Donors like Ernie Loch are helping make renovations possible for Sunnybrook’s Palliative Care Unit
Stanley Weigen loved Sunnybrook, and it showed in his dedication to volunteering
They answered the call when our country needed heroes. This November, Canadians can honour, thank and support our veterans by joining Operation Raise a Flag.
Women who battle blazes have a higher-than-average risk of the disease − which is why their colleagues are raising money to help beat it
A punishing four-day trek to the top of an iconic mountain didn’t deter Kumar Punithavel in his quest to honour his late wife’s memory.
Healing the Future
Zapping tumours with focused ultrasound and putting new cancer drugs to the test: just two of CeRIGT’s leading-edge projects
Someone in Canada develops dementia every five minutes, a rate that is projected to more than double over the next thirty years.
Simulated medical procedures are a key component of teaching the next generation of health-care professionals
We often hear the phrase “teaching hospital.” But what does it actually mean?
New minimally invasive cardiac procedures are saving lives and aiding speedier recovery