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Feb 14, 2019

Celebrating five years of changing care for patients at the West 5th Campus

ara Richardson began dieting as young as 12 years old. She soon began to suffer from a severe eating disorder, depression and feelings of suicide. At 17 years old, Tara was hospitalized at St. Joe's. "It was a really bleak time," Tara recalled. "I was...

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Feb 13, 2019

Researchers Express Concern over Mycoplasma genitalium, an Emerging Sexually Transmitted Infection

Antibiotic-resistant pathogen on the rise in Canada For many, the fourteenth day of February is a day to celebrate love and romance – St. Valentine's Day. For the Public Health Agency of Canada, 14 February is Sexual and Reproductive Health Day...
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Feb 11, 2019

WATCH: Tara's journey with mental illness and recovery

This is Tara Richardson’s story. Tara has been affected by mental illness since 12 years old. Once a patient of St. Joe’s, Tara now works at our West 5th campus as a Peer Support Provider.Watch as she shares her story with mental...

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Feb 6, 2019

Optifast Class, Bariatric Clinic

Optifast Class, Bariatric Clinic, West 5th Campus - Please be advised that the Optifast Class at 4:30p.m. today, February 6th is CANCELLED. If you have questions please contact, telephone: (905) 522-1155  Ext. 33240. 

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Jan 31, 2019

Dundas Girls Offer a Lesson in Kindness and Generosity

Whether it's selling headbands, mowing lawns, or washing cars – teaching children the value of hard work is an important lesson. As rewarding as it can be to teach our children, the experience is far greater when they, in fact, teach us. A quartet...
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Jan 22, 2019

Hundreds of Genes Associated with Risk Tolerance and Risky Behaviour Identified in Study of Over One Million People

Dr. James MacKillop, Director of St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton’s Peter Boris Centre for Addictions Research, was a part of an international team that identified 124 genetic variants associated with an individual’s willingness to take...
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Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 08:59 AM

2019 Risk & Recovery Conference