Diabetes, a major cause of heart disease, is a growing health concern across North America. A landmark study being conducted at the McGill University Heath Centre (MUHC) will investigate strategies used to reduce the frequency of heart disease in people with type 2 diabetes.
For people living with diabetes, healthy holiday eating is essential because proper weight management is very important to maintaining good health.
The MCH became part of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) in 1997. It continues to focus on family-based care and on reducing the time that children spend in hospital. This approach enables cutting-edge home care to be provided to patients along with strong support by MCH clinics.
Unless you've experienced diabetes, it's hard to imagine the impact of an insulin pump - a computerized device not much bigger than a pager, which delivers a steady infusion of insulin through a length of plastic tubing that is inserted into the skin.
Rachel Pritzker is a normal 54-year-old woman in every way except for one - her left leg is 15-25 percent larger than her right because she suffers from a disease called lymphedema.
Dr. Spevack is a psychologist and director of the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Clinic of the Montreal General Hospital at the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex, and has worked extensively with people wishing to overcome air anxiety.
Clinicians from the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) have suggestions for one of life's most difficult tasks - raising children - especially difficult children. Their approaches were presented at The Montreal Children's Hospital of the MUHC during the annual McGill Infant Health Day.
The Montreal Children's Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) has expanded its Acute Pain Service to help alleviate the discomfort children suffer after surgery or due to some medical diseases such as sickle cell anaemia.
The Montreal General Hospital (MGH) Foundation and the Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH) Foundation have joined together again to grant research awards to investigators at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC).
January is Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month, and with good reason. According to the 1994 Canadian Study of Health and Aging, 364,000 Canadians over the age of 65 have the disease or related dementia - and that number is expected to more than double by 2031.