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Many kids with ADHD given antipsychotics: study-Image1
Dr. Paul Kurdyak is seen in this undated handout photo. One in 20 Ontario children and youth have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and many...
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Many kids with ADHD given antipsychotics: study

Many youth with ADHD given antipsychotic drugs: study

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Canada | Jan 17, 2017
1/3 of adults diagnosed with asthma don't have it: study-Image1

1/3 of adults diagnosed with asthma don't have it: study

A third of adults treated for asthma don't actually have airway disorder: study

Canada | Jan 17, 2017

Territories make health deals with Ottawa

NWT, Nunavut and Yukon reach health-care funding deal with federal government

Canada | Jan 13, 2017

Flu cases rising as virus moves cross-country

Flu cases on rise; when they will hit seasonal peak can't be predicted: experts

Canada | Jan 12, 2017
Added sugar found in two-thirds of packaged foods: study-Image1

Added sugar found in two-thirds of packaged foods: study

Added sugar found in two-thirds of packaged foods in Canada: study

News | Nov 25, 2016
Stem Cell Network awards Ottawa Hospital clinical trial diollars

‘Like a gift’: Stem Cell Network grants $2.2M to Ottawa Hospital clinical trials

It can shut down your organs, even kill you. And for those it doesn’t kill, it can rob you of your quality of life for years...

Ottawa South News | by Erin McCracken
SPONSORED CONTENT | Nov 17, 2016
Downsizing tips for seniors: How to choose what to take when moving to a retirement suite

Downsizing tips for seniors: How to choose what to take when moving to a retirement suite

While life in a senior living community can feel like a vacation — someone else cooks, cleans up, shovels and mows the lawn...

Metroland Media
Nov 03, 2016

Bringing back memories with music

Concerts and sing-alongs are music to seniors’ ears. They’re great for the memory and have the power to lift the spirits and...

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Oct 17, 2016

Ottawa researchers discover running rescues brain-damaged mice

The inadvertent discovery of the healing power of a running-triggered molecule that improved the health of brain-damaged mice...

Ottawa South News | Add Comment | by Erin McCracken
Oct 07, 2016

Herongate community developer to share know-how in east end

Community clean-ups, barbecues, resource fairs, movies in the park, a winter fun day, and a new gathering space and community...

Ottawa South News | Add Comment | by Erin McCracken
Sep 12, 2016

Researchers look to improve newborn health in low-income countries

Ottawa researchers have been awarded $1.2 million to help fight the leading cause of death in children under five – premature...

Ottawa West News | Add Comment | by Melissa Murray
Aug 18, 2016

Unhealthy behaviours cut six years from Canadians’ lifespans, Ottawa study reveals

Snuff out that cigarette, lace up your sneakers and start snacking on some veggies.

Ottawa South News | Add Comment | by Erin McCracken
Jul 04, 2016

New research unlocking mysteries behind chronic fatigue syndrome

Study showing biological markers of long-misunderstood condition “one more piece of the puzzle,” researchers say

OurWindsor.Ca | 5 Comments | by Lauren Pelley
Jul 04, 2016

Ottawa might try to prohibit homegrown pot

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government warns legalized recreational marijuana will be a strictly controlled...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robert Benzie
Jul 04, 2016

Ottawa Hospital-led fainting study leads to new detection tool

A nine-question tool on fainting developed by a team of Ottawa researchers is expected to save lives by helping uncover...

Ottawa South News | Add Comment | by Erin McCracken
Jun 27, 2016

No sleep for the lucky few

Former University of Guelph president Alastair Summerlee, who catnaps during the day at his office, is among rare few who...

Guelph Mercury | Add Comment | by Zoe McNight
Jun 24, 2016

WEALTH MATTERS: Poor financial health can make you feel physically ill

Studies have shown that people dealing with financial stress are more likely to suffer other health issues, such as...

Metroland Media | Add Comment | by Randy Cass

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