John Papastergiou

Pharmacist John Papastergiou describes how pharmacists are becoming important players in health care.  The Ontario Pharmacists Association is a Goldhawk-Approved contributor. 

Moses Znaimer

Moses Znaimer, Founder, President & CEO of  ZoomerMedia talks about high 57th Chapter of the Zoomer Philosophy in the January issue of Zoomer Magazine.  It’s his last column in that format and he describes what might be next for him … Continue reading

Steve Deveaux

Steve Deveaux, Chair of the Building Industry and Land Development Association  and  Mark Mclean, President of the  Toronto Real Estate Board, team up to deliver a state of the housing market report for the GTA. 

Dr. Ritesh Patel

Dr. Ritesh Patel describes how an optometrist prepares a patient for cataract surgery and how the doctor treats the patient’s recovery time after surgery.  Dr. Patel is Chair of the Communications Committee for The Ontario Association Of Optometrists, a Goldhawk-Approved … Continue reading

Candace Chartier

Candace Chartier, CEO of the Ontario Long Term Care Association, reports on events during the Association  annual conference, including a major discussion on developing a national strategy for the growing problem of dementia in Canada and around the world. 

Billy Cheung

Pharmacist Billy Cheung, from The Ontario Pharmacists Association, a Goldhawk-Approved Contributor, reviews the expanding role of pharmacists. 

Dr. Ritesh Patel

Dr. Ritesh Patel, chair of the Communications Committee for the Ontario Association of Optometrists, talks about a common eye problem he frequently treats–dry eye.  The Ontario Association of Optometrists is a Goldhawk-Approved Contributor. 

Dr. Zach

Dr. Zachary Levine, our doctor in the house, talks about the importance of getting a flu shot. Dr. Zach is an ER doctor at Montreal General Hospital and an Assistant Professor, Faculty Of Medicine At McGill University. 

Albert Nerenberg

Albert Nerenberg, a Canadian Independent Filmmaker, Actor, Journalist, and Laughologist, explains how he hypnotized people, in bars into thinking they’re drunk, then they act like they’re drunk, have a good time, fingers get snapped and no hangover. 

Dr. Heather Manson

Dr. Heather Manson, Chief Of Health Promotion, Chronic Disease And Injury Prevention At Public Health Ontario, explains her survey of young drivers that shows about half of them know texting and driving is unsafe and irresponsible, but they still do … Continue reading