As one North Ontario family's story illustrates, depression does not have to be simply endured. With the appropriate diagnosis and treatment people do get better, even when the patient and the Baycrest specialist are using a computer network to connect.
The stress of caring for an ill family member often strains the caregiver's own mental health. Cognitive behavior therapy and other treatments can help.
Is depression an inevitable part of aging? Our mood specialists have the answer.
Male and female brains are not the same. In Toronto, the first women's brain health conference, organized by the Women of Baycrest, attracts more than 700 attendees.
As the new president of the Baycrest Foundation, Susan Sutton will lead a major global campaign.
A miscellany of tips and advice from Baycrest experts on a range of health topics related to aging.
Supporters of Baycrest raise millions each year in support of innovative research, education and client care. One recent gift is supporting family caregivers.