monday july 13, 2015
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Top News

Women’s College Hospital’s dragon boat team displays great speed and hospital values
This year’s dragon boat team, Women’s Revolution on Water (WROW), recently competed in three race festivals: Lively Dragon in Milton, the Pickering Dragon Boat Challenge and the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival at the Toronto Islands. > MORE


Take Note

Create a Tapestry for Women’s Health
Tap into your culture, your fondest memories, your favourite colour or texture and contribute fabrics to be incorporated into an interpretive tapestry being created by our architect Susan Black. > MORE


Women’s College Hospital psychiatrist wins prestigious Canadian Institutes of Health Research award
Dr. Vigod will receive $300,000 over a five-year term to further her work exploring the epidemiology and treatment of maternal mental illness. > MORE

From WCH Foundation

Announcing an unprecedented new innovation partnership with real estate company Dream
Women’s College Hospital Foundation is thrilled to announce, today, the launch of an unprecedented new innovation partnership with leading Canadian real estate company Dream, marked by a major donation of $1 million. > MORE

Give with THANKS to show your gratitude and have an impact
Show your gratitude through our Give with THANKS program! > MORE

Women’s Health Matters

This month, Women’s Health Matters features dermatologist Dr. Jeff Donovan, director of the Hair Loss Program at Women’s College Hospital, discussing the many possible causes of hair loss in women, and the importance of accurate diagnosis.

My Health Matters

Signs of Stress
Practical stress-management strategies from Dr. Batya Grundland, a family physician with the Family Practice Health Centre at Women’s College Hospital. Watch the video.

WCH in the Media

How long should you wait between pregnancies? – Chatelaine – Dr. Amanda Selk

Googling your symptoms? Here’s how to do it better – Chatelaine – Dr. Danielle Martin

Elder abuse may be more common than people thinkYahoo News – Dr. Janice Du Mont

For more WCH news articles, click here.

Up and Coming at WCH
Coming up at WCH

This week at WCH: Click here for a list of events taking place at Women’s College Hospital between July 13 and July 17.  


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