I’d like to get my health records so I can view my lab results and know for sure when I had certain appointments and what treatments my doctor prescribed. How do I access these?
What happens when a healthcare worker develops coronavirus symptoms? Learn about Sarah's experiences with both sides of the provider-patient relationship.
What happens when a pandemic prevents healthcare systems from attending to each and every symptomatic individual? Join Scott as he shares his bewildering COVID-19 experience.
What happens if we consider the possibility of falling victim to a deadly virus? Join John E. as he shares how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected his life.
During this uncertain time of the Coronavirus outbreak, embrace social distancing by staying at home to limit the spread of disease. If you're experiencing symptoms, start tracking them on the Dot Health app.
Managing two painful, chronic, and invisible conditions, bipolar disorder and fibromyalgia, has opened Sarah Lindsay's eyes to the importance of becoming her own #1 healthcare advocate .
With so much in the media these days around vaccinations, I’m left wondering — is it worth it to vaccinate my kids? What are the risks?
I’m confused — what’s the difference between an x-ray, MRI, CT scan, and ultrasound? Don’t they all do the same thing?
My doctor ordered me to take a urine test, which I’ve never done before. Why does my urine need to be tested?
I have my health records, but I don’t understand a lot of my doctor’s clinical notes. What do all of these abbreviations mean?
I’m seeing a new doctor for the first time. How should I prepare for my appointment, and what can I expect?
“You don’t understand healthcare because you are healthy,” Chris Fraser says. “You don’t understand the system until you’re forced into it.
In her own words, Sheen Sagalongos describes the moment when her anxiety and entrepreneurship collided.
One of the most frequent questions we get from prospective users is “How secure is my information with you?” Learn how we fulfill this promise to you.
Melissa Sheldrick relives one of the worst things she's ever gone through, and how she's using it to make health care better.
Sarah Burke Dimitrova was once convinced she knew what it took to get proper care. It wasn’t until she and her husband began experiencing infertility while trying to conceive a child did the gaps in her care begin to appear.
Medical records. You know they exist. But who gets access to them and what’s even contained within them is a bit of a mystery.
Emergency Rooms don’t often receive 5-star reviews or glowing customer testimonials. But, to be fair, they aren’t exactly set up for success.
For years, Anusha knew with absolute certainty that the intense pain and other consistent, unpleasant symptoms she experienced during her monthly period were abnormal.
Anna Foat has been quarterbacking her own health care since she was 16 years old.
Hesitant to confront a troubling diagnosis, Amar Singh kept himself busy and distracted. It wasn’t until the consequences of his diagnosis took over his life, propelling him to take ownership of his healthcare journey.
A sudden vertigo attack in May 2010 left Claire Snyman with an excruciating headache — the worst she’d ever experienced. Afraid and in pain...
This gives you the power to securely share your full medical history with Canada’s largest network of online health care providers through Maple.
Sameer Vasta was in the U.S. when he injured his knee and required surgery. This was the first time he noticed a real difference between Canadian and American health care.
If you’d asked Ash Anwar 10 years ago whether or not he’d one day contribute to one of the fastest growing health tech industries, he likely would have said, “I hope so.”
Ev McDowell went to her doctor for routine blood work. When test results showed low hemoglobin levels & something called ‘sticky cells,’ Ev got a bit worried, but thought: “At least it’s not cancer.”
Alicia Raimundo's journey — one that began as a pre-teen living with untreated depression — is marked by struggle: fear of judgement, hospitalization, and fighting for proper care.
For months, Tendisai Cromwell lived with inexplicable pain. At the grocery store, throughout her work day, as she cared for her infant daughter — the pain was her companion.