Worry over public health cuts, concerns about health care costs of aging population, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Weight bias and discrimination undermine health and may make it harder to lose weight.
Demand for orthopedic services is increasing but newly certified surgeons are struggling to find jobs.
Medical trainees in the US spend 43% of their shifts interacting with an EHR, found a recent study.
Class action proposed against opioid makers, more measles cases, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Should certain physican–patient discussions, such as the disclosure of a terminal diagnosis, never occur virtually?
Canadian faculties of medicine are committing to action on Indigenous health, including addressing racial bias in medical education and admissions.
The Motherisk program received about 200 phone calls a day.
More protests against funding cuts in Ontario, a spike in sexually transmitted infections, and the health benefits of walkable neighborhoods in this week’s top Canadian health news.
More than a quarter of young Canadians do not use contraceptives consistently, often because of the cost.