The pen was a powerful tool in the hands of Jewel Kats. The author of 11 children’s books, she wrote the kinds of stories that she never read growing up, ones that featured people with disabilities like her.
Nine days after their son’s birth, the Schwartz family received a call from the hospital they never thought they would hear.
As the saying goes, “The family that eats together stays healthy together.” Ulysse Guerrier has heard the saying countless times from “healthy” families who he knows, in reality, are too ashamed to tell doctors they need help. Guerrier is a community health worker at TAIBU, a health centre located in Scarborough. Guerrier says TAIBU hopes […]
The loss of a child is something that Mara Hill knows firsthand. One of her twin boys died while being treated at the Paediatric Care Unit at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids). She said her loss is the reason she supports the charity Herbie Fund, and attended the second annual Walk for the Children held at the Toronto Zoo on Sunday Oct. 14.
For Dr. Fred Keeley, the future of improving his patients’ lives is almost here. “There will be a lot of equipment in the area of cancer and cancer biology,” he said, “essentially understanding the genetics of cancer.” Keeley is a senior scientist at The Hospital for Sick Children. He’s anxiously awaiting the grand opening of the adjoining new research and learning tower. It will include new high-end equipment that will advance research in terminal diseases.
The defense counsel representing a Scarborough man accused of throwing his two children and their mother from a balcony is not prepared for a bail hearing, the Scarborough courtroom heard Thursday.