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3.3 million Canadian men and women live with OAB or overactive bladder. If you are experiencing urinary urgency, frequency and/or nocturia, you may be experiencing overactive bladder as well.

Although migraine is not curable, episodes can be managed with medication and non-medicative therapies including lifestyle adjustments.

For Canadians with mild symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD, simple dietary and lifestyle changes may be enough to provide relief. But, for more significant cases, you may need to speak with a gastroenterologist.

Dr. Ahmed and his team are leading the charge within MIGS or minimally invasive glaucoma surgery the first significant breakthrough in Glaucoma treatment in more than 20 years. In this story, we will hear from Dr. Ahmed and a patient who has received this treatment.

Symptoms of ADHD affect children, but it can have a significant impact on the quality of life later in life as well.
Many adults experience challenges from ADHD in the workplace and at home. 

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