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Unlocking MS

St. Michael’s neurologist aims to get to the bottom of a medical anomaly with the help of advanced imaging technology.
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Relationships, drugs, alcohol, school, work and body image issues aren’t usually the first things that come to mind when you hear Type 1 diabetes. But for young adults, between ages 18-24, those are precisely the things they’re grappling with.
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Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. Slutsky helped uncover mechanisms underlying ventilator-induced injury, leading to new therapies for patients with respiratory failure.
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Trauma Lessons from the Battlefield

: St. Michael’s trauma survival rate is among the top in North America
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Redirecting the Future

St. Michael’s world-class scientists launch art exhibit to portray how poverty affects people’s health.
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Deep appreciation of nurses inspires fellowship funding

The late Bill Daniel had a deep respect for nurses --- his wife, Ruth Daniel, was a nurse at the former Wellesley Hospital, as was her mother before her. Visiting Ruth at work in the 1940s, Bill was often struck by the meaning of her work.
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New Goals

We know what you’re thinking: New Year’s resolutions are so 1999. Not the case. In this ever-evolving era of self-improvement, we’re seeing a resolution-resurgence. Whether minor or mammoth, making moves to live a healthier life has never been more popular.
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New Research

During the holidays, the temptations of sugary snacks spell trouble for anyone trying to eat a healthy diet. But not all sweet treats are created equal. A study just published by St. Michael’s Hospital researchers in the journal Nutrition and Diabetes suggests that substituting dried fruit for other starchy ingredients could cut dangerous blood-sugar spikes.
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New Breakthrough

This isn’t just a story of surgical success, although it is that. And this isn’t just a story of a grateful patient, although it is that too. This is a story of how a surgical success led a grateful patient to make an investment that enabled the department of neurosurgery to push the limits of care and innovation.
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New Transformational Gift

Step into the foyer of Betsy Fruitman’s Toronto condo and one of the first things you’ll see is a framed black and white photo of her late husband, Lou. Betsy likes to see his handsome, smiling face each time she walks by.
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