monday, october 31, 2011
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Top News

Dr. Samantha Nutt releases new book: Damned Nations– Family practice physician paints a picture of a world free from war. > MORE


Majority of older women are inactive, and also in pain – Older Women’s Health report by Dr. Paula Rochon. > MORE


Coming up

Celebrate Patient Safety Week, Oct. 31 – Nov. 4 – WCH marks Patient Safety Week with daily events and initiatives for staff, physicians and volunteers. > MORE

Take Note

Reduce risk of cervical cancer at Bay Centre for Birth Control – Centre marks Cervical Cancer Awareness Week and Pap Test Campaign with drop-in clinic. > MORE

New donation box arrives at WCH – Members of the Association of Volunteers were all smiles for the recent unveiling of the new pink cube donation box in the front lobby of Women’s College Hospital. All proceeds will support Women’s College Hospital and will be maintained by the Association of Volunteers. > MORE

100th Anniversary

You’re Invited! – Women’s College Hospital staff, physicians and volunteers are invited to a special 100th Birthday Party on Nov. 10, 2011. For more information,
click here.

WCH in the Media

Dr. Valerie Taylor makes headlines across the country in a story about ‘drunkorexia’. To read more, click here.

Dr. Cliff Librach appears on Global TV discussing IVF and cancer risk.  Click here to watch online. 

Dr. Paula Rochon receives media attention for her newest study about Ontario seniors.  For more information, click here.

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Women’s Health Matters

Last month, Women’s Health Matters welcomed guest expert Stephanie Naulls, acting professional advisor for the kinesiology/athletic therapy group at Women’s College Hospital. Read Naulls’s answers to readers’ questions about carrying summer fitness into fall and winter.