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<lg>HSN opens expanded mental health unit for children and teens</lg>

HSN opens expanded mental health unit for children and teens

Unit moves from Kirkwood to Ramsey Lake Health Centre
Parkinson's support group turns to art therapy

Parkinson's support group turns to art therapy

Group meets monthly at All Nations Church
Upcoming clinic pre-screening for marijuana prescriptions

Upcoming clinic pre-screening for marijuana prescriptions

High demand for medical marijuana in Sudbury, says Bodystream
Parents of autistic children protest cuts to intensive therapy

Parents of autistic children protest cuts to intensive therapy

Funding for intensive behavioural intervention cut off for children ages five and over
Spreading joy – NEO Kids gets $4,250 donation

Spreading joy – NEO Kids gets $4,250 donation

Joy Global makes significant donation to NEO Kids Foundation.
<lg>Want to be a doctor? This summer camp's for you</lg>

Want to be a doctor? This summer camp's for you

Northern Ontario School of Medicine hosting its annual summer camp in July
Get screened: April is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Get screened: April is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

HSN encourages cervical cancer screening as rates in northeast lag behind provincial average
Overcapacity cost HSN $3.5 M last fiscal year

Overcapacity cost HSN $3.5 M last fiscal year

Health Sciences North's cost of being overcapacity in the last fiscal year, ending March 31, 2016, was $3.5 million, the hospital said.
Get athletic therapy and support Big Brothers

Get athletic therapy and support Big Brothers

If you visit Optimum Health Center next week, you'll be supporting Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Sudbury. For every treatment provided at the athletic therapy and massage therapy centre from April 11 to 16, $10 will be donated to the agency.
Impacted by suicide: Share your story, raise awareness

Impacted by suicide: Share your story, raise awareness

Thunder Bay photographer Scott Chisholm is inviting people from Greater Sudbury and the surrounding area who have lost loved ones and friends to suicide to come forward, be photographed and share their story.