Lead in drinking water, cuts to physicians’ on-call pay, and boozy kombucha in this week’s top Canadian health stories.
Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome causes abdominal pain and repeated vomiting.
Workplace stressors are strong predictors of burnout and depression among physicians.
Rising health spending, wage negotiation woes, and tourists skipping out on health bills in this week’s top health news stories.
Undocumented immigrants face administrative and financial barriers to care that doctors may not realize.
Canada’s medical licensing rules require doctors to undergo onerous, costly applications to work in other provinces or territories.
Expanding prescribing by nurses, lead in drinking water, and emergency service cancellations in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Dr. Linda Leblanc started a petition called “Justice for Ezekiel Stephan”.
Canadians say they care about health care but it seldom determines how they vote.
A drop in opioid prescriptions, legal cannabis edibles, and cases of vaping-related illness in this week’s top Canadian health news.