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Jul 11, 2016

Bike Lane Installation to improve traffic flow around St. Joe's

Starting the evening of Sunday June 26, the City of Hamilton will be installing bike lanes along Charlton Ave. and Herkimer St. between James St. S. and Dundurn St. The work involves the installation of new pavement markings and signs on both roads as well as minor improvements to the traffic signal at Charlton Ave. and James St. S.

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Jul 7, 2016

Helping Canadians with asthma to breathe easier

Photo courtesy of Jon Evans/McMaster University The Firestone Clinic at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton is world-renowned for its innovative care and research in the area of respirology. By leading clinical trials here and beyond, researchers have...
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Jul 7, 2016

Hooked on Fishing! Mental Health Nurse Mike of Fishin' Clinician Charters

All Aboard with St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton's Mental Health Nurse Mike Genest who owns and runs, "Fishin' Clinician Charters," out of Grimsby. Captain Mike offers a unique and personal salmon and trout fishing experience in the waters of Lake Ontario.

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Jun 30, 2016

A specialized senior mental health unit opens at West 5th - Harbour East 1

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton is proud to announce the opening of a new specialized seniors mental health inpatient unit at Harbour East, Level One, West 5th Campus.

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Jun 27, 2016

City of Hamilton: Road Closures, June 30-July 4 at Charlton Ave. E. & James St. S. for Water Main Work

Are you working or visiting our Charlton Campus this Canada Day long weekend? 

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Jun 20, 2016

Hamilton researchers find consistent links between capacity to delay gratification and ADHD, obesity

Two new studies led by researchers from St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton and McMaster University have found that individuals diagnosed with ADHD or obesity are more likely to choose smaller immediate rewards over larger future rewards. This reduced...

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