Training the brain to look on the bright side may counter doomscrolling.
Canadian researchers are experimenting with new ways to triage and monitor patients with COVID-19.
A big O may help people catch Zs, but research and guidelines have tended to overlook sex as a potential sleep aid.
A new Indigenous-led consortium will work together on anti-racism efforts across Canada’s medical schools.
Experts met recently to define COVID-19’s long-term consequences, but a global consensus may take time to pin down.
Physicians active on social media often face harassment linked to their public health advocacy.
The federal government is still negotiating a promised vaccine injury compensation program with the provinces and territories.
Canada and the United States have lagged on securing supplies of high-quality masks for their populations while other countries are distributing and mandating them widely.
Sharing power and resources, and making space for cultural practices and arts, are crucial for healing, say experts.
Pandemic precautions are disrupting the ways doctors and nurses cope with the deaths of patients.