Safer opioids, Missing naloxone, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Researchers are investigating knifeless ultrasound brain surgery to treat mental health problems
More research is needed on the impact of marijuana use on the mental health of youth, say researchers.
Access to medical abortion is improving but women still face hurdles
American physicians aren’t sure exactly how they will be affected by new US tax legislation, but many expect to pay less in taxes
Influenza on the rise, $100 million for mental health, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Keeping opioid-dependent mothers and babies together from birth improves health outcomes, says the Canadian Paediatric Society.
Many medical students hear disparaging comments about family medicine from professors and clinicians during their training
Dozens of Canadians suffered avoidable, often horrific surgical burns in recent years, according to the Canadian Medical Protective Association.
Canada is joining a vanguard of countries and companies using artificial intelligence and social media to assess mental health risk.