A crackdown on marijuana sponsorships, health records held ransom, and more in this week’s top health news.
Workers with higher levels of education report higher levels of loneliness, with doctors and lawyers reporting the greatest isolation.
Medical schools offer limited nutrition education, but that’s starting to change.
Mortgage lenders consider young doctors low-risk even if they have large student debts.
Increased scrutiny of opioid marketing, medication recall, cost recovery for cannabis regulations, and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
As machines take over more clinical tasks, what it means to be a clinician will change.
Should doctors be obliged to flag patients they suspect hold extreme beliefs?
Changes to the province’s youth pharmacare program were among the new Ontario government’s first major decisions.
Stress and fatigue have been cited as reasons for high rates of traffic collisions among health care professionals.
National pharmacare talks, sunscreen safety, and wrangling over cannabis rules in this week’s top Canadian health news.