New Year's good news arrived at the McGill University Health Centre in the form of a 3.8 kg baby girl at 3:46 am on January 1, 2004
Approximately one to three percent of children are affected by obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). This condition can cause growth problems and delay development.
The eradication of leprosy, one of the world's oldest and most feared diseases, may be one step closer.
The Board of Directors of the McGill University Health Centre announced today the appointment of Dr. Arthur Porter as Executive Director.
New research findings from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center (MUHC) provide hope for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), one of the most common and devastating diseases of the nervous system.
Dr. Togas Tulandi, McGill University Health Centre associate director of the McGill Reproductive Centre, says today there are often alternatives to having a hysterectomy.
Awards and Appointments
Three years ago, Scott Tomalty's mother started giving him two dollars every time he got a touchdown. As a personally made rule, Tomalty has saved up his touchdown earnings each season and given it to a charitable organization. This year, family, friends and others caught wind of Tomalty's charitable effort and pitched in.
Dr. Henry Rosen is an artisan builder in search of permanence, whether performing dental restorations or, in his free time, constructing epic creations with stone, a practice he euphemistically calls his "hobby."
As a co-investigator, Dr. Louise Pilote of the MUHC was recently given a grant from the Canadian Institute of Health Research to research gender differential in heart disease and access to congestive heart failure clinics.