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Neurologist and 'Awakenings' author dies of cancerDr. Oliver Sacks, a noted neurologist and the best-selling author of Awakenings, died on Aug. 30 of cancer at his home in New York City. He was...read more...
What draws so many Jewish people to yoga?Members filter in to a hushed atmosphere. They gravitate to their habitual spots and are seated. The leader enters, assumes a position in front of...read more...
Infertility consultant serves as a link for familiesInfertility could be a problem for you, your friend, your co-worker, people who are Jewish, non-Jewish, straight, gay, secular or religious. All...read more...
Sloane Feldberg, 12, chairs annual Crohn’s and colitis walkTORONTO — Twelve-year-old Sloane Feldberg is the honorary chair of this year’s Toronto Gutsy Walk, which raises money for a cause that...read more...
Mom fundraises for CF to help sonTORONTO — Raising funds for cystic fibrosis (CF) has become Natalie Doyle’s life mission.  Her son, Liam, is almost three years old...read more...
Amended health reform bill eases community concernsMONTREAL — The Jewish community is satisfied that the character of the institutions it has built will not be threatened by Quebec’s...read more...
SENIOR SIDE OF LIFE: Cat talesAs part of my geriatric practice, I am always searching for ways to connect with my patients beyond the standard, “so what’s your medical...read more...
Educating people about COPD essential, doctor saysA retired Toronto-based respiratory specialist hopes his book about the causes and dangers of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) will draw...read more...
Three To Be shines spotlight on kids with neurological disordersEvery day, there are families with children receiving a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy and countless other neurological disorders....read more...
New study says all Ashkenazi women should be tested for cancer geneIn a reversal of current medical thinking, a new Israeli study says that all Jewish Ashkenazi women over 30 should be tested for the BRAC1 and BRAC2...read more...

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