The popular vaping product Juul has higher nicotine concentrations than older e-cigarettes.
Rates of pregnant women undergoing computed tomography doubled in Ontario and increased nearly four-fold in the United States over the past two decades.
Many people bitten by ticks panic and request treatment for Lyme disease prematurely.
Assisted dying laws ruled unconstitutional, a province-wide online health system crash, and calls for no-fault medical malpractice insurance in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Three in five Canadians will vote for the party with the best health care plan, according to the Canadian Medical Association.
The decades-long debate over resident duty hours shows no signs of slowing.
A meta-analysis that shows breast cancer risk increases the longer women take hormone replacement therapy has revived longstanding debate over the safety of the treatment.
Vaping warning, opioid prescribing rates, cancer survival rates and more in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Doctors in busy primary care clinics are less thorough as the day wears on, according to recent research.
Upstream interventions, such as ensuring access to food and shelter, may not only improve patients’ health but could also potentially improve physicians’ health.