Women’s College Hospital, Healthcare for Women, Revolutionized

Women’s College Hospital Located in downtown Toronto Proudly delivered by Infrastructure Ontario in partnership with Women’s College Hospital A new state-of-the-art academic, outpatient hospital A leader in women’s health initiatives Delivering groundbreaking advances In women’s care, education and research #proudpartner

Tummy time exercises for your baby

When you take your baby home from the hospital you will have been given instructions, which are very important, that you put your baby to sleep on his back, in his own bed, it should be in your room, close to your bed, the bed should be flat with no blankets pillows or any toys,…

It’s Your Choice: Floor or Bed Exercises

welcome to the section of the video where you can do your exercises on your bed or on your floor in your living room in this section you can work on stretching and strengthening some major muscle groups of your torso and legs while in a secure horizontal position here are some guidelines about using…

How to do a Standing Bird Dog (Alternate Exercise): Health e-University

Standing bird dog. We will be using a wall for this exercise. Stand facing a wall. Place your hands on the wall to help keep your balance. Draw your belly button in toward your spine. Slowly lift your right leg behind you. Extend from the hip, keeping your right leg straight. Slowly return to the…

How long are Canadians waiting for health care?

The health care Canadians get within the country can vary depending on where you live. That includes wait times for different types of care from the time of a referral to getting the treatment they need. Saskatchewan has the shortest median total wait at fifteen weeks. However, people in New Brunswick are waiting ten months…

Day in the Life #1: medical resident documentary

I was freaking out thinking am I going to be the worst resident in the history of residents. My name is Tiffany, I’m a first year family medicine resident at U of T working at Sunnybrook right now in family practice. year family medicine resident at U of T working at Sunnybrook right now in…

Nutrition North Canada

I just went and I picked up a few things for dinner and lunch tomorrow and it was $300. That’s not even a whole week. It’s a fact…living in the North is expensive. Transporting food to small isolated communities is definitely one of the biggest costs… But that’s not all… They have high electricity costs,…

Nutrition North Canada’s point-of-sale system

Buying groceries in the North can be expensive for isolated communities that must rely on food being flown in. The Nutrition North Canada program helps make food like meat, milk, cereals, fruit and vegetables more affordable for you and your family, when buying food from a registered retailer with the program. From now on, when…