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Get Ready For Bring Your Teddy Bear To Work Or School Day

Teddy bears - they tagged along with you everywhere during childhood. They were the constant companions you could always count on. They slept cheek to cheek with you every night. And now, you'll have the chance to reminisce and celebrate your favourite fuzzy friend on Wednesday, October 12 during WBring Your Teddy Bear To Work Or School Day.In fact, we've been bringing our teddy bear to work for quite some time!

October 10 : Play Your Part In World Mental Health Day

One in four people around the world will experience some form of mental illness at some point during their lifetime. It may be a friend, a family member or it could be you. Whether it surfaces in depression, anxiety, schizophrenia or some other form, there's no shame in having a mental illness. Every human deserves dignity, care, support and access to treatment. That's the message that communities around the globe are spreading this week during Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW).

Get Involved - World Cerebral Palsy (CP) Day is October 5

Cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability affecting children around the world, yet it's also among the least understood. World Cerebral Palsy Day seeks to change that. It's a global event taking place in more than 50 countries and Gluckstein Injury Lawyers encourages everyone to get out there and spread awareness, inspiration, and advancement of this worthy cause.

Get Ready For World Smile Day On October 3

In Support of Three To Be FoundationEarlier this year, Gluckstein Lawyers participated in a worldwide #My24Hrs by sharing random acts of kindness in our community. This Fall, all of us will have another opportunity to diffuse good vibes around the globe. If you've not yet heard, World Smile Day is coming on October 7th. We're starting earlier with 10 Days of Smiles!

A Pot Pourri of Medico-Legal Cases 2016

This Wednesday, September 28, 2016, our firm's own Charles Gluckstein will be one of the special presenters at a dinner and case review hosted by the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto. It's an occasion for Toronto's doctors and lawyers to meet together as they work to advance understanding and co-operation in the intersecting areas of medicine, science, and justice.

The Self-Driving Vehicle Revolution: Are You Ready?

As we move from the information age to artificial intelligence we encounter increased distractions and new demands from technology in our lives. The area of transportation is nearing the greatest challenges and changes since the advent of the combustible engine.From today and into the future technology companies are aiming to take human error out of transportation. The effect on accidents, insurance, healthcare, and other industries will be profound. Are you ready for the future?

TV Cogeco features Niagara Health Expo Gluckstein Lawyers

"What's New?" hosted by Carrie Zeffiro on TV Cogeco Niagara recently interviewed representatives from the Niagara Health Expo in the station's Niagara Falls studio. Event producer Paul Carfagnini joined Dianne Henderson from the presenting sponsor Gluckstein Lawyers to talk about what's new at the Expo.

Potential Blood Test To Diagnose Brain Injury

Despite their widespread occurrence, concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI) continue to be among the most elusive diagnoses to make. They often turn up negative in scans and doctors often go by symptoms to identify them. But researchers at two U.S. companies are on the cusp of new technology aimed at using a simple blood test to detect the presence of brain injury.

Exoskeleton Therapy, Spinal Cord Injury and Recovery

The use of exoskeletons in the rehabilitation of spinal cord injury (SCI) is not new. But, this summer, researchers at the University of Calgary are beginning the first study ever into its use during the early stages following an SCI. They're hoping that early intervention will lead to better outcomes for patients - increasing mobility, preserving muscle and bone mass, and even improving breathing and bowel function.
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