Immunization has been, without a doubt, one of the most impactful public health advances of our time. Putting aside the proven and profound health impacts, we will explore the economic questions surrounding vaccination programs.
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While you may not realize it, pets can provide enormous health benefits to those around them. Beyond the companionship they present us with, pets can encourage the adoption of a healthy lifestyle. Additionally, caring for our animal friends has proven to nurture mental health and alleviate anxiety. The Medical Station advocates and offers services for physical and mental health – thus it seems appropriate to discuss how our pets may do the same.
Tinnitus, and the resulting health outcomes, can be debilitating for many. The Medical Station, opening in North York in Spring 2016, offers medical expertise and support for those suffering from tinnitus.
In addition to her work as a clinician, Dr. Naiman has been involved in significant health related research throughout her career. As the lead author on a study exploring the effects of smoking bans on health and as a contributor looking at the effects of financial incentives on cancer screening, Dr. Naiman has explored the role of policy in shaping health care and health outcomes.
The Medical Station understands the importance of posture and its relationship to health. Our North York clinic provides comprehensive chiropractic, physiotherapy, massage therapy, and exercise and movement services to our patients to reduce pain and improve functionality and posture.
Though not as fatal or infectious as the recent epidemic of Ebola, there can be serious health implications of Zika virus. While Zika virus is not a significant public health risk in Canada, it is important to be aware of the virus and its global health implications. The Medical Station discusses our current understanding of Zika virus.
With such a large number of people using hair dyes, The Medical Station believes it is important to understand the health effects and any potential dangers that may be associated with hair dye use.
Opening in North York in Spring 2016, The Medical Station is dedicated to keeping our clinic patients & community informed about important health news, including the current debate surrounding the relationship between talcum powder & ovarian cancer.
In March, individuals and groups across Canada will be celebrating Nutrition Month, and we want to highlight this important event organized by the Dietitians of Canada. The Medical Station explores this year’s Nutrition Month theme and shares some of our clinic’s own tips for tackling nutrition and healthy eating this month (and beyond).