If you are 18 or older with spina bifida, we want to hear from you! Researchers at Indiana University are interested in learning about your sexual health and experiences with spina bifida. Participate whether or not you ever had sex. It takes only 15-20 minutes!… Read More


3rd Annual Ontario Region Golf Classic – Solidarity Works! Union members and employers came together for the 3rd Annual Unifor Charity Golf Classic held in Milton, Ontario on June 4, 2016. Over the years union members from the former CEP and now Unifor union have raised an astounding $400,000 through golf tournaments held in support of… Read More


SBHAC is very pleased to announce that Dr. Nathalie Auger was the successful applicant to receive funding for her research project on Maternal early life risk factors for neural tube defects in Quebec. … Read More


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The SBHAC’s Mission is to improve the quality of life for all individuals with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus, and their families through public awareness, education, research and advocacy, and to reduce the incidence of neural tube defects. You can help us by becoming a member of SBHAC today. You will receive our SBHAC newsletter, and… Read More


It is estimated that between five and ten percent of people diagnosed with dementia could actually have a treatable condition known as normal pressure hydrocephalus or NPH. NPH is a disorder involving an abnormal increase in cerebrospinal fluid that causes the brain to become enlarged. The condition can occur at any age but it’s most… Read More


Injections of tiny robots called “millirobots”, powered by MRI scanners, might one day be able to treat hydrocephalus and other conditions. DOTmed News reports that researchers at the University of Houston have found a way to harness the energy from MRI scanners to power the millirobots to penetrate tissue. To treat hydrocephalus, surgeons have to… Read More