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Stay on top of the latest news from Cleveland Clinic Canada. As a global leader in healthcare, Cleveland Clinic is often highlighted in national and international news and is routinely featured as experts-in-the-field in Canada.

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Inside the overeating brain, and some mind games to trick yourself into a better diet

National Post
October 10, 2014

Registered Dietitian Jen Sygo offers a few helpful tricks to stay on track. Read more.

2014 Articles

February
Heart surgeons in Toronto perform bypass on Twitter

Dr. Gideon Cohen, cardiac surgeon on Cleveland Clinic Canada's cardiology team and at Toronto's Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, performs a coronary artery bypass graft is live on Twitter.

Eating like a caveman (or woman) makes good sense — why the Paleo diet must be taken seriously, even if more study is needed

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses a study examining the nutritional facts of the Paleo diet.

Our panel of obesity experts on The Biggest Loser’s extreme regimen: ‘Incredibly unhealthy’ and ‘ridiculous’

Jaclyn Pritchard, Registered Dietitian, comments on the weight loss and weight management approaches of the reality show “The Biggest Loser”.

Noise at pro sports games can cause long-term hearing loss

Dr. Tim Rindlisbacher, Director of Sports Health at Cleveland Clinic Canada explains how noise at pro sporting events can cause long-term hearing loss.

January
Nutrition fact or fallacy: Does drinking coffee dehydrate you?

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses the urban legend that drinking coffee leads to dehydration.

Forget resolutions and set small diet goals this year to achieve big successes that really last

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, encourages us to make small changes to succeed with our bigger goals.

A diet plan for the planet? Let’s stop wasting food and plan meals better

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, provides tips to prevent wasting food for a healthier planet.

The top worst processed foods

Mary Bamford, Registered Dietitian, reveals which processed foods should be first to go from your kitchen, and some may surprise you.

August
Get fit, it will help your unborn kids

Improving your level of fitness now can impact the health of your future children, says Exercise Physiologist Gilles Beaudin.

May
Jennifer Sygo: Is Garcinia cambogia really weight loss in a bottle? Cutting through the Dr. Oz noise on a South Asian supplement

Registered Dietitian Jen Sygo discusses the newest weight loss supplement Garcinia combogia.

Best foods for fighting spring allergy symptoms

You don’t have to look any further than your own fridge for allergy relief. Registered Dietitian Jaclyn Pritchard shares her tips.

Gluten intolerance may just be in your mind, according to new research

The latest findings suggest that if you aren't suffering from celiac disease, your intolerance is likely in your head. Registered Dietitian Mary Bamford weighs in on the research.

Are you getting the right kind of exercise to keep your blood sugar in check?

Clinical Exercise Physiologist Gilles Beaudin explains how strength training can improve your health.

July
Canada’s proposed new nutrition labels arm us against added sugars, but will they go far enough on the sweet stuff?

Registered Dietitian Jen Sygo explores what the new labels could mean for Canadians.

Which superfoods are worth the money and which should you skip?

Registered Dietitian Jen Sygo answers questions from viewers on the morning show.

2013 Articles

December
Cheese and fat are good, gut bacteria matters (a lot) and other nutrition lessons of 2013

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, recalls some of the biggest nutrition stories of 2013.

Losing weight is not as simple as ‘calories in, calories out’, because we may all have different rates of shedding pounds

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, explains why everyone loses weight at a different rate depending on insulin resistance, cholesterol levels and several other factors.

November
Which nuts are good for you? The short answer is all of them, and here’s why

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses which nuts are best and why they're good for your health.

Oh nuts! Research finds lower risk of cancer in nut-eaters

Mary Bamford, Registered Dietitian, comments on a new study that suggests eating nuts may help decrease risk of death from heart disease and certain cancers.

Eat hot oatmeal on cold mornings and other winter diet secrets mom was right about

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, suggests foods to help get through the winter in one, warm-and-healthy-feeling.

The A to Z of vitamin D, from why, to what form and how much you need as our sunshine source disappears

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses basic guidelines for taking vitamin D supplements.

October
The best and worst Halloween treats

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, gives her nutritional advice on classic Halloween favourites.

Get to the roots of gut health by understanding good and bad bacteria and IBS triggers

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses gut health and IBS triggers.

Watch out for 'protein-washing'

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, suggests using whole foods as your main source of protein.

Lessons from Grain Brain and thinking of Alzheimer’s as type 3 diabetes

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, explains the link between refined grains and dementia.

September
A gluten-free brownie is still just a brownie, albeit more expensive and with fewer nutrients

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, cautions against adopting a gluten-free non-medical lifestyle.

Sports Medicine Specialist Tim Rindlisbacher, M.D., named Head Team Physician for Toronto Argonauts Football Club

Director of Sports Health at Cleveland Clinic Canada to serve as Argos’ lead Doctor

Beating the clock: Fit after 50

Dr. Chi-Ming Chow, Cardiologist, is mentioned in an article about men keeping healthy and fit in their 50's.

Reality check: Is the ‘Freshman 15’ myth or reality?

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, comments on how to manage the "freshman 15".

Fruit for Thought

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses the benefits and risks of eating fruit.

August
Sports Medicine Specialist Tim Rindlisbacher, M.D., named Head Team Physician for Toronto Argonauts Football Club

Director of Sports Health at Cleveland Clinic Canada to serve as Argos’ lead Doctor

Students can avoid the ‘Frosh 15’ (and build basic kitchen skills) with these 5 simple tips

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, provides tips on how to manage the "freshman 15".

Coconut water — lies, rumours & the bottom line for athletes looking for hydration alternatives

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, looks at drinking coconut water as the newest health trend.

Wheat Belly - How has giving up wheat changed your life?

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, comments on Dr. William Davis, cardiologist and bestselling author of "Wheat Belly", and his recommendations for avoiding wheat in the diet.

Is cutting sugar out of your diet healthy?

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, comments on a Toronto man’s decision to avoid consuming sugar.

Don’t self-sabotage your diet with healthy toppings — make them the centre of your meals

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, comments on whether fat-shaming helps combat obesity.

July
Don’t self-sabotage your diet with healthy toppings — make them the centre of your meals

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, explains the danger of adding unnecessary toppings to your meals.

Protein-packed breakfasts: What to eat to keep you powered

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, tells us how to prepare a high protein breakfasts.

Superfood stand-ins for anyone feeling a bit kaled out

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses superfoods.

Ramadan fasting: Canadian experts provide tips to stay healthy, hydrated

Nicole Springle, Registered Dietitian, discusses how to fast and break fast safely and healthily.

Obey your thirst, just not necessarily with a sports drink

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, when it may be beneficial to drink a sports drink.

How to kick the pop habit

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian discusses how to kick the habit of drinking pop.

June
We all need more protein, but be careful where and when you get it

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses protein in a healthy diet.

Introducing omega-7s, the new fatty acid on the block

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, explains the nutritional benefits of omega-7 fatty acids.

Nutrition labels on booze on the way in U.S., but Canadian consumers still left in the dark

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, shares nutritional information of popular alcoholic beverages.

May
Cuckoo for real stuff: Benefits of cocoa for the heart are backed by history & research, just mind the milk chocolate

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses the benefits of eating chocolate.

From agave nectar to coconut sugar, sift through the specs of so-called natural sweeteners before settling

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, looks at the nutritional benefits of natural sweeteners.

A fresh food spring fling with rhubarb and asparagus may have anti-cancer benefit

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian explains the anti-cancer benefits of rhubarb and asparagus.

Toronto Blue Jays' JP Arencibia helps teach kids about healthy eating

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, and Toronto Blue Jays catcher, JP Arencibia, visited a Grade 2 classroom with ACE, the mascot, to help kids learn about healthy eating.

April
The omnivore’s other dilemma: Eating meat and the link between the gut’s bacteria and heart disease

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, comments on a study that links gut bacteria with heart disease.

Trying to shed excess weight this spring? Ditch the candy, add some protein and consider going raw

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, shares tips to shedding extra pounds before summer.

March
Nutrition Bites: What’s healthier for losing weight, juice or smoothies?

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses the health benefits of juices and smoothies.

When a calorie isn’t a calorie: Parsing the raw vs. cooked food debate and the curious case of almonds

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, addresses the raw versus cooked food debate.

Improve Your Performance - Get Tested

A Masters level racer benefits from professional Sports Health services at Cleveland Clinic Canada.

Butter vs. margarine: Saturated fats and the case for going natural

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses the nutritional debate of butter versus margarine.

February
Managing diabetes with diet calls for protein-based, low-carb approach, but there’s no one-size-fits-all solution

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses diabetes management through diet.

Cleveland Clinic CEO outlines health giant's intent to continue to grow

Cleveland Clinic CEO, Dr. Toby Cosgrove states the health system's growth and vision.

Sex, diet and what men need to eat to stay fleet between the sheets

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, shares the diet men need to have for a healthy sex life.

Fasting and fitness: Should I eat before I exercise? It depends on your workout goals

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, evaluates the question.

January
Nutrition Bites: Why eating quinoa isn’t evil, Bolivia’s crop is the best, and critics of the superfood need to simmer down

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, answers a question about the healthiness of quinoa.

Cool running: How winter training outside tests the body and sharpens the mind

Dr. Tim Rindlisbacher, Director of Sports Health, comments.

Health And Fitness Tips: 100 Reasons To Start Fresh in 2013

Some expert fitness, nutrition and mental health tips from Cleveland Clinic Canada.

Taking a mental health day: The case for staying home from work for your mind

Dr. Jacqueline Brunshaw, Ph.D., proposes the benefits of taking a mental health day.

Nutrition Bites: Red fife flour is delicious for baking, but is it better for my health?

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, addresses a question about whether or not a grain called red fife is more nutritious than other varieties of wheat.

Getting back into shape after baby

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses how to get back into shape after having a baby.

Few aware of the harm caused by being overweight

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, comments on the misconceptions of obesity and health risks.

Trick or tip: The top nutrition trends of 2013

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, looks at trending nutrition topics of 2013.

How a hunger strike affects the body

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, comments on what starvation does to the body.

2012 Articles

December
What are those New Year’s eve drinks going to cost me in calories?

National Post
December 27, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, looks at popular holiday drinks and their caloric impacts. Read more.

Make the tough calls on mental health care to keep schools safe from shootings

National Post
December 18, 2012

Jacqueline Brunshaw, Psychologist, discusses the importance of mental health education. Read more.

Learning about morning sickness from Kate Middleton’s ordeal

National Post
December 12, 2012

Dr. Rebecca Starck, Director of Regional Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cleveland Clinic, talks about morning sickness. Read more.

On grazing, obesity and some key facts about snacks

National Post
December 11, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, discusses the right way to snack. Read more.

Cleveland Clinic CEO Shares His Incredible Vision For The Future Of Healthcare

Business Insider
December 5, 2012

Dr. Toby Cosgrove shares his vision for the future of healthcare. Read more.

What grains and gluten mean (or don’t mean) for weight loss

National Post
December 4, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian follows up last week's article and takes a closer look at the role that grains, and especially gluten, has in weight loss. Read more.

November
Battle over bread: Are wheat and other grains really anathema to healthy eating?

National Post
November 27, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, explains the truth behind wheat and other grains. Read more.

Gaining weight a tough but desirable goal for those recovering from illness

CTV News
November 20, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian looks at how to gain weight in a healthy way. Read more.

Dietary dogma: How paleo, low-carb, raw food and other fads do nutrition a disservice

National Post
November 6, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian examines trend diets. Read more.

October
How three cardiologists keep their own hearts healthy

Toronto Star
October 30, 2012

Dr. ChiMing Chow, cardiologist, comments on how he keeps his heart healthy. Read more.

Nutrition Bites: Does consuming too much sugar lead to diabetes?

National Post
October 26, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian looks at the relationship between sugar and diabetes. Read more.

Losing a best friend: Facing the emotional challenge when a pet dies

National Post
October 25, 2012

Jacqueline Brunshaw, Psychologist, shares the challenges of losing a family pet and how you can cope with the loss. Read more.

Nutrition Bites: Snacking out of stress and lessons from Joe Biden’s pre-debate binge

National Post
October 15, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian shares tips for snacking while stressed. Read more.

The perfect diet? Here’s a plan that’s tasty, nutritious, economical and eco-friendly

National Post
October 8, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, looks at what could make a well-balanced economical and eco-friendly diet. Read more.

September
Postpartum nutrition for mom: Eight Commandments for Losing the Baby Weight

National Post
September 25, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, shares eight tips for mothers trying to lose baby weight. Read more.

Fish oil supplements: Straight talk on the heart health benefits of omega-3 fats

National Post
September 18, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, explains the heart health benefits of omega-3 fats. Read more.

A banana a day doesn’t cut it: Are you getting enough potassium? Probably not

National Post
September 11, 2012

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian looks at why you need and how you can get enough potassium in your diet. Read more.

Fitness: The Best Couple’s Therapy

Health Hub
September 7, 2012

James Manson, Exercise Physiologist explains the benefits and examples of activities couples can do in every decade of their lives together. Read more.

The skinny on milk fat

National Post
September 4, 2012

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian considers dairy fat and heart health. Read more.

August
Lunch hunches

National Post
August 28, 2012

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian discusses the implementation of new United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) lunch guidelines for 2012. Read more.

July
Paying the sandman: Bad night patterns, chronic sleep debt and risks to your health

National Post
July 31, 2012

Dr. Jacqueline Brunshaw discusses the importance of getting your sleep. Read more.

Eat like an Olympic hero (minus the sub sauce): Some tips for us mere mortals

National Post
July 30, 2012

Registered Dietitian Jennifer Sygo gives Olympic advice to us regular folks. Read more.

Know your pulses: Lentils, lima beans and their cousins are more nutritious (and tasty) than you think

National Post
July 24, 2012

Registered Dietitian Jennifer Sygo shares the nutritious benefits of legumes. Read more.

Blocking out more than just sunburns

National Post
July 17, 2012

Registered dietitian Jennifer Sygo discusses the importance of meeting your Vitamin D needs. Read more.

Salad science: How the fats in your dressing make friends with vegetables

National Post
July 9, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian shares the truth of fat-free salad dressing. Read more.

Weight loss: How to get the numbers on your side

National Post
July 3, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian gives nutrition advice to lose weight healthily. Read more.

June
Lean, green summery superheroes

National Post
June 26, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian writes about the best greens of summer and how to prepare them. Read more.

The chocolate milk debate, shaken up

National Post
June 18, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian looks at the research behind the nutritional pros and cons of chocolate milk. Read more.

Giving too much: ‘Compassion fatigue’ is a real health risk for long-term caregivers

National Post
June 5, 2012

Dr. Jacqueline Brunshaw, Psychologist offers some basic strategies to protect your own health if you’re working as a caregiver. Read more.

May
Does juice earn its nutritional rep?

National Post
May 29, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian discusses the value of juice versus the fruit it came from. Read more.

Minor surgery on doctors fees isn’t the cure

Globe and Mail
May 28, 2012

André Picard, Columnist for the Globe and Mail, suggests the Ontario Medical Association consider Cleveland Clinic's healthcare system as a strategy to achieve high-performance outcomes from both physicians and patients. Read more.

Quirky dietary tips that just can’t be beet

National Post
May 22, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian looks at a couple "off-beet" studies whose findings may improve your athletic performance. Read more.

Set the table for family dinners

National Post
May 8, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian gives tips on effective ways to get a sit-down dinner. Read more.

A family who eats together, eats better

National Post
May 1, 2012

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian, looks at the extended benefits of eating together as a family. Read more.

April
Brain miscues may be at root of eating disorders

National Post
April 24, 2012

Dr. Jacqueline Brunshaw, Director of Psychology discusses mental health and eating disorders. Read more.

When healthful eating goes awry

National Post
April 17, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian discusses when to be concerned about diet habits. Read more.

FitWall elevates strength-training to new levels

Globe and Mail
April 9, 2012

Paul Van Wiechen, Director of Exercise Physiology gives his opinion on FitWall. Read more.

The whole tooth: Dental hygiene is about much more than healthy gums

National Post
April 9, 2012

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian looks at dental care past the sugary foods. Read more.

March
Cutting through the coffee confusion (a few cups of joe may do some good)

National Post
March 27, 2012

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian takes a good sip of the morning brew. Read more.

Getting to the true kernel of things

National Post
March 20, 2012

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian looks at the good, the bad and the ugly about popcorn. Read more.

Educated Exerciser: Active video games could improve kids’ fitness, but usually don’t

National Post
March 13, 2012

Paul VanWiechen talks about exercise and video games. Read more.

Cleveland Clinic in Strong Financial Health

PR Newswire
March 8, 2012

CEO, President Delos M. "Toby" Cosgrove, M.D., Delivers Annual "State of the Clinic" Address. Read more.

Educated Exerciser: Find a solution for X=Lazy but in shape

National Post
March 6, 2012

Paul VanWiechen explains how to create a balanced exercise regimen. Read more.

Are video games real workouts?

Global TV
March 6, 2012

Paul Van Wiechen analyzes video game workouts. Read more.

February
Stigma is still biggest hurdle to treating depression, but Bell’s Let’s Talk initiative holds hope

National Post
February 28, 2012

Dr. Jacqueline Brunshaw discussion depression and ways how Bell Canada can help. Read more.

Trapped in a Fat Cell

National Post
February 28, 2012

Jen Sygo, RD discusses the validity of whether or not our environment contributes to weight gain or loss. Read more.

Under Pressure

National Post
February 21, 2012

Jen Sygo, RD discusses dietary options for those who have high blood pressure based on new data. Read more.

Educated Exerciser: Finding a balance to improve poor bone health

National Post
February 21, 2012

Paul VanWiechen writes on how to improve poor bone health without necessarily picking up weights. Read more.

Weighing in on the weight loss debate

National Post
February 14, 2012

Jen Sygo, RD weighs in on what's more important to your health: eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, or sporting a healthy waistline and other questions. Read more.

Educated Exerciser: For young athletes, the question is to lift weights or wait

National Post
February 7, 2012

Paul Van Wiechen, Exercise Physiologist, looks at weight training and youth. Read more.

Heart health and diet: Why it’s never too early to develop a taste for sardines

National Post
February 7, 2012

Jen Sygo encourages women to take care of their heart health and how omega-3 fatty acids help. Read more.

January
Got winter blues? Seven tips for how to rage against the dying of the light

National Post
January 31, 2012

Dr. Jacqueline Brunshaw, Psychologist, provides seven tips for how to manage S.A.D symptoms. Read more.

Nutrition Bites: Take a chance on chia

National Post
January 30, 2012

Jennifer Sgyo, Registered Dietitian, comments on the health boosting powers of chia seeds. Read more.

Educated Exerciser: Giving your muscles a lift

National Post
January 26, 2012

Paul Van Wiechen, Exercise Physiologist understands the intuitive fear of heavy lifting people with high blood pressure sometimes have, and writes about approaching strength training with sensibility and safety in mind. Read more.

Cleveland Clinic Study Shows Lifestyle Modification is an Effective Treatment for Certain Chronic Diseases

Health Canal.com
January 26, 2012

Eating healthier, exercising more, and managing stress can lead to significant, measurable health improvements for those battling obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, according to new research from Cleveland Clinic. Read more.

Best brekkies with benefits

National Post
January 24, 2012

Jen Sygo, Registered Dietitian,comments on how your breakfast composition can have an important impact on the ability to control your weight and improve mental performance.Read more.

The artificial world of ‘exercise porn:’ Distorted version of healthy living should not be our yardstick

National Post
January 6, 2012

Paul Van Wiechen discusses how the medium of reality TV has given us a distorted sense of what it means to be physically active. Read more.

Don't drink calories & five other tips

National Post
January 3, 2012

Jennifer Sygo, Registered Dietitian, gives five simple and most effective ways to help you achieve, and just as importantly, maintain, a healthy body weight. Read more.

Previous Years

2011
Paying attention to the signs of ADD

November 15, 2011

Dr. Jacqueline Brunshaw, Psychologist, identifies symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder. Read more.

Cleveland Clinic Unveils Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2011

October 3, 2011

Hospital Experts Predict Ten Emerging Technologies That Will Shape Health Care Next Year. Read more.

Cleveland Clinic Canada and NewsTalk1010 Raise Awareness for Prostate Cancer

In Depth Radio NewsTalk1010
September 26, 2011

As part of Prostate Cancer Awareness week, reporter Ryan Doyle decides to go where most men don't ... for a prostate exam. Have a look at how 30 seconds can save a man's life. Watch the video/adventure at Cleveland Clinic Canada in Toronto: Watch more.

Cleveland Clinic Canada Sports Nutritionist Featured in Optimyz Magazine

July 11, 2011

Nicole Springle, a Registered Dietitian and Sports Nutritionist, helps runners enhance their athletic performance by discussing how to use food and hydration as fuel. Read more.

Sugar Alternatives: How and why you should conquer your cravings

More Magazine
June 21, 2011

Lauren Davidson, RD, talks about sugar alternatives and how blood-sugar-spiking snacks, though sometimes irresistible?, can be dangerous for women over 40. Read more.

Emergency Pre-Triage Assessment a First for Toronto

March 8, 2011

Pilot project a result of collaboration with Sunnybrook and Cleveland Clinic Canada. Read more.

Cleveland Clinic Celebrating 90th Anniversary

February 28, 2011

Since February 28, 1921, Cleveland Clinic has grown to include 2,800 physicians and scientists, 11,000 nurses... Read more.

Team Canada Physician Shares Passion for Hockey

Ottawa Citizen
January 5, 2011

Dr. Tim Rindlisbacher joined Team Canada as team physician... Read more.

2010
Celebrating our home and native nutrition

National Post
July 27, 2010

Jennifer Sygo, MSc, RD, says to cut back on processed food, endangered fish and meat for a better diet – and planet... Read article

The medical office of Maple Leaf HIFU is now located at Cleveland Clinic Canada

Maple Leaf HIFU, the sole provider of Ablatherm HIFU in Canada, provides one of the latest, non-invasive prostate cancer treatment options available. Their medical offices are relocating to Cleveland Clinic Canada in downtown Toronto. Procedures will be performed at the facility starting in mid-May... Learn more

Cleveland Clinic named one of the most ethical companies in the world

PR Newswire
March 24, 2010

For the second consecutive year, Cleveland Clinic has been named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute... Read article

Cleveland Clinic Canada President Puts His Heart Into It

September 10, 2010

Michael Kessel, President & CEO of Cleveland Clinic Canada, has been invited to join the board of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario... Learn more

2009
The Hospital That Could Cure Health Care

Newsweek
Issue dated December 7, 2009

What health reform can learn from Cleveland Clinic... Read article

Cleveland Clinic’s Smarter Approach to Health Care

Time Magazine

With a cover story in Time magazine, we are helping to raise awareness that many chronic diseases are largely preventable through changes in diet and lifestyle... Read more