Triathlete shifts focus after crash leaves her paralyzed

Julie Sawchuk is paralyzed from the waist down after a car drove into her bike while she was training for a triathlon.

Olympian channels competitive drive to conquer cancer

When retired Olympic rower Gord Henry faced a cancer diagnosis, he began training for the challenge both mentally and physically.

High-risk pregnancies

Seizures due to a traumatic brain injury require specialized care during pregnancy for mom Jessica Drummond.

Distracted driving is leading cause of driving fatalities in Canada

We talked to an LHSC trauma physician, a London Police Traffic Sergeant and an LHSC Injury Prevention Specialist about distracted driving and how we can bring about change.

New possibilities for treatment of schizophrenia

A new study shows that brains of patients with schizophrenia have the capacity to reorganize and fight the illness.

Canada 150: the country was just eight years old when our history began

Our beginnings were modest when, in 1875, the London General Hospital opened its doors. Read about our proud history highlighting our innovations in the years since horse-drawn ambulances brought patients to the hospital.

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It is the law in Ontario that those under the age of 18 must wear a bicycle helmet. Unfortunately, cycling injuries are still common in children. Learn about fitting a helmet for your children to help protect them.