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Apr 10, 2015

A Day in Pink for Youth Mental Health

Each year on the second Wednesday of April, The International Day of Pink is celebrated. This year on April 8th hundreds of students wore pink to stand up against Bullying, Discrimination, Homophobia, Transphobia and Transmisogyny. St. Joseph’s...
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Apr 8, 2015

Learning-Enhancing Medication Shows Promise as an Anti-Craving Medication in Treating Alcoholism

April 8th 2015 – Hamilton, ON – Researchers at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, the University of Georgia, Brown University and Boston University have discovered that a learning-enhancing medication named D-cycloserine has potential to...

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Mar 20, 2015

How Our Health Economists are Involving Canadians in Healthcare Policy Making

Our researchers strive to improve the quality of life that patients receive in a variety of ways. By studying the basic building blocks of life, our laboratory scientists develop diagnostics and treatments for a range of diseases and illnesses. By working...

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Mar 18, 2015

March is Pharmacy Awareness Month

Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are an integral and valued part of a healthcare team...

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Mar 12, 2015

World Kidney Day: Celebrating Kidney Care & Research at St. Joe's

Life without kidneys is impossible. Our kidneys are responsible for filtering our blood and removing waste from the body. They also balance water levels, produce hormones and absorb minerals. Every day, 14 Canadians learn that their kidneys are failing,...

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Mar 10, 2015

Young Hamiltonians #ReachOut to New Mental Health Service for Early Intervention

One out of every five young people in Hamilton will be affected by a mental illness and approximately 70% of mental health challenges have their onset in childhood or youth. However, research has demonstrated that the earlier mental illness is identified...

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