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Dr. Clare Atzema discusses her study which showed that patients at risk of stroke who are prescribed anticoagulant medications at the ER when being treated for AFib are more likely to fill those prescriptions.
Dr. Amy Yu discusses her study looking at how many Ontarians receive thrombolysis after stroke, and outcomes in the mid- to long-term.
Which behaviour choices could have the biggest impact on your health?
Ontario long-term care homes have reduced use of antipsychotic drugs prescribed to people with dementia due to known risks, but what happens after that? PhD student Daniel Harris discusses his research at ICES and Dalla Lana School of Public Health, with funding from the Alzheimer Society of Canada.
Do Ontarians who develop type 2 diabetes get diagnosed early enough?
The "healthy immigrant effect" might lower risk of heart failure
Does where you live in Ontario determine how likely you are to sign up as an organ and tissue donor?