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UHN researchers discover that the most widely prescribed type 2 diabetic medication alters gut bacteria to impact a major signaling pathway in the small intestine.
Paige Bauer
New research shows gut bacteria help anti-diabetic medication metformin to lower blood sugar
UHN Emergency Medicine staff next week brings their rock band to Toronto Western Hospital’s Art in the Atrium.
Jenn and the Holograms
Emergency Physicians play a different tune after hours
Dr. Joan Wither’s quest to unlock the mysteries of autoimmune disease.
Dr. Joan Wither
Hunting for biomarkers 
TWH’s team on 9A Fell uses their daily Safety Huddle to practice Error Prevention Tools.
Women on unit in front of huddle board
Communicating clearly to Care Safely
Cardiotoxicity program at Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research working with patients at Peter Munk Cardiac Centre and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
Ted Rogers Heart logo
Protecting the hearts of cancer survivors
Monthly plan at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre focuses on improving staff well-being and resilience with variety of short wellness activities.  
allied health team
Allied Health team plans to build resilience in the workplace
Where can staff get their flu shot at UHN? Can you get the flu from the vaccine? We have answers to help keep you healthy this flu season.
Flu vaccine
Flu Campaign kicks off: Important things you need to know this year
Researchers at Toronto Rehabilitation Insititute unveil the most advanced driving simulator in Canada and unique in the world, designed to study the effects of human conditions on driving.
DriverLab Rain Inside
DriverLab technology will keep everyone safer on the roads
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