Packaging rules for legal pot, major health investments, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Doctors who hang up their stethoscopes while still young aren’t likely to hear praise from patients or colleagues.
Broken health systems are breaking physicians, warns a doctor who has documented more than 700 suicides in the profession over the past five years.
A new treatment guide for depression developed with patients and caregivers is a Canadian first, say researchers.
Battles over physician compensation, a push for mandatory vaccinations in schools, and more in top Canadian health news this week.
The Canadian Medical Protective Association has seen a major uptick in physicians seeking assistance with regulatory college complaints.
Bills on junk food marketing to children, plain packaging for tobacco, and legal cannabis are before the House and Senate.
Opioid use disorder guideline, warning about high-sugar alcoholic drinks, and more in this week’s top health news.
Some research suggests that female doctors spend more time with patients, which could be associated with better health outcomes.
Some doctors object to exclusions in health insurance plans offered by provincial medical associations that limit access to mental health services.