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.
When it comes to exercise, there’s no such thing as too little. Even short durations of exercise can change blood flow long after the workout is over.
New research shows that while almost half of Ontario patients with angina or heart pains receiving angiograms were found to have obstructive coronary artery disease, the criteria for patient selection could still benefit from review.
Analysis of Stereotactic Radiosurgery (single dose radiation therapy) shows survival advantage over traditional whole brain radiotherapy.
Researchers have shown that a clot retrieval procedure, known as endovascular treatment (ET), can dramatically improve patient outcomes after an acute ischemic stroke by reducing the overall death rate by 50 percent and significantly reducing disability in survivors
Sunnybrook post-doctoral fellow Dr. Brandy Callahan was recently honored as one of the recipients of the 12th annual L' Oréal Canada-UNESCO for Women in Science Awards.