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Feb 23, 2018

Lara's Story: A conversation with her father about mental health and suicide

Lara Sweet died by suicide last year. Her father, MP David Sweet, shared Lara’s story at a Mohawk Talks presented in partnership with St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. David was joined by mental health and addiction specialists from St....

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Feb 20, 2018

Dementia versus typical aging: What's normal, what's not

It is normal to experience some declines in our memory as we age. However, how can you distinguish between normal age related changes and other signs that may be more concerning? In particular, many adults who experience some lapses in their memory as...

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Feb 20, 2018

Artistic discovery through recovery

"No one comes to see me on a Wednesday afternoon, they know better," said Donna Mitchell with a giggle when asked about her participation in the pottery program at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton.  Donna calls herself an artist, and by looking at...

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Feb 16, 2018

Is the flu shot effective this year?

  You don’t have to look far on your social media feed or on news websites to find conflicting information about this year’s flu season. One thing is for certain, after hearing of the tragic deaths of five Canadian children, this...

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Feb 15, 2018

St. Joseph’s Hamilton is looking for new Board and Board Committee members

The St. Joseph’s Hamilton Joint Boards of Governors (JBG) are seeking to appoint new Board and Board Committee members to ensure we continue to develop the capacity and skills to oversee the governance of our three organizations; St. Joseph’s...

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Feb 14, 2018

A message of hope can go a long way

Imagine that it’s your first day as an inpatient on a mental health unit. When you walk through the doors, you might feel scared that no one will understand what you are going through or worried that you won’t overcome your illness. Now...

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