Helen Senderovich is an assistant professor at the University of Toronto, practicing palliative care and geriatrics at Baycrest, a clinician-teacher, researcher and an author of manuscripts and books.
When the foundation of communication begins to crumble, what will be the pillar health-care professionals can lean on to support patients afflicted with dementia during their final days?
Chemotherapy-induced vomiting is a serious complication for cancer patients. Some cannabinoids treat vomiting, but can also cause a rare, dangerous vomiting disorder. What happens when a treatment exacerbates the problem it aims to fix?
You may assume that palliative care is synonymous with end-of-life or hospice care. Our goal is to eliminate this common misconception.
IF has been shown to be an effective intervention against obesity, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and chronic diseases such as diabetes and cancer. But what about dementia?