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St. Joe’s partners to improve access to mental health services

There is more awareness now than ever before of the impact of mental health on our overall wellbeing. Yet many people still don’t get treatment when they need it. The fear of being judged, an inability to pay out-of-pocket for therapy, and not knowing where to find help can all be barriers to receiving care. […]

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Children and stress – what parents need to know

Children and adolescents experience stress and mental fatigue on a regular basis that can often be overlooked or dismissed as just part of growing up. We spoke with Dr. Michelle Marshall, psychiatrist and subspecialist in child and adolescent psychiatry, and Dr. Hannah Klein, resident in child and adolescent psychiatry, to learn about how stress can […]

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Providing mental health supports in Toronto’s west-end neighbourhoods

It’s estimated that half of all Canadians will have suffered from some form of mental illness by the age of 40. As the largest health centre serving the communities of west Toronto, St. Joe’s has a comprehensive range of supports and services for the thousands of people who come to us every year living with […]


Beat the winter blues – with sleep

We’ve all been there – it’s 7 a.m. and even though you know you should be getting ready for work, it’s dark outside and you really just feel like staying in bed. While it may sound appealing to watch Netflix all day, that action will actually make you more tired and put you in the […]


How to stay healthy this flu season

Flu season is here – what you need to know about your healthcare options when you are sick and tips to stay healthy


How to keep your New Year’s health goals

For many people, a new calendar year signals a fresh start and an opportunity to make improvements and changes to their lifestyles. But we also know that it can be very difficult to stick with goals and that by February, many people are right back where they started. To help you with your goal setting, […]


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

The holiday season provides the perfect opportunity to connect with our community and acknowledge our appreciation for everything you do. We wanted to take a moment to thank you for your continued support and for being an important part of our vision to advance the health of our community by being Canada’s best community teaching health […]


Root-to-stem beets with quinoa and chickpeas

Ingredients Serves 4-6 Quinoa Chickpeas 1 tbsp olive oil ½ tsp ground cumin seeds ½ tsp ground tumeric 1 cup quinoa, well rinsed and drained 1 ½ cups water ½ tsp salt 1 1/4 cups shredded raw beets (about 1 medium-sized beet, rinsed and peeled) 1 to 2 tsp freshly squeezed lemon juice A pinch […]


Food trends to embrace in 2017

By Fiona Bellefeuille, dietitian As a dietitian I am always a little apprehensive about what the latest food trends will bring.  Some foods– like kale and ancient grains – are easy to endorse, while others like bugs for breakfast and “bacon wrapped everything” are more challenging.  Looking ahead to 2017, let’s explore some of the predictions […]


Book your mammogram today!

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Ontario women, with 1 in 8 women expected to be diagnosed in their lifetime. The majority of those cases will affect women between the ages of 50-74. A mammogram can help detect cancer in its early stages. Yet, only 51% of women in our Toronto-West neighbourhoods had […]

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