Nutrition month in Canada was recognised in March this year and much to my excitement, the theme was Unlock the Potential of Food! This gives me a great opportunity to talk about how much we should just enjoy eating, my favourite thing to talk about! There is a deeply warped perception of “healthy food” inContinue reading “Love Food!”
Author Archives: Dr. Makini McGuire-Brown
Lupus and Black Women
During Black History Month each year some focus is always placed on health disparities caused by socioeconomic factors. Black people get diagnosed later, or have poorer follow up, or do not have equitable access to gold standard medications or treatment and therefore have poorer outcomes. This is true for diseases like hypertension, diabetes and manyContinue reading “Lupus and Black Women”
Cancer is often a disease that leaves the patients and families feeling helpless. This is understandable. When the cells you’ve trusted to keep you healthy, start to behave in unnatural, dangerous and aggressive ways, destroying your organs without intention of stopping one is justified in feeling helpless. But alas, we will not yield! Cancer researchContinue reading “Cancer Awareness”
Alzheimer’s Disease- Lest we Forget!
Lest we forget! We must support and care for those with Alzheimer’s Disease and their families!
Sickle Cell Disease- What’s that?
A little bit about Sickle Cell for Sickle Cell Awareness month!
What a world we live in when I have to write educational articles on both infertility and abortion out of a necessity for increasing the knowledge base and decreasing the ignorance all in the same year.
Cigarettes- My Medical Pet Peeve
The moral of the story is simple. Don’t handle tobacco, don’t smoke tobacco, don’t chew tobacco. #worldnotobaccoday #tobaccoexposed #worldnotobaccoday2022.
What is Monkeypox?
What we know about the mysterious monkeypox.
So Many Reasons for Infertility
Recognising the struggles of infertility and the strength of those going through it!
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Time to really understand what Autism is! #WorldAutismMonth #LightitUpBlue