A ruling on vaccination standoffs, consultations on expanding assisted death, and overcrowding woes feature in this week’s top Canadian health news.
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Physician pushback on billing changes, barriers to accessing homecare, and unproven autism treatments in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Most Canadians don’t follow physical activity guidelines, but for those struggling to make ends meet, it’s not only a matter of motivation.
Recent ransomware attacks exposed cracks in healthcare cybersecurity.
With greater awareness of burnout in medicine in 2019, focus shifted to the workplace conditions undermining physician health.
A new federal health mandate, concern over cannabis vapes, and a major cyberattack in this week’s top Canadian health news.
Referrals remain a point of contention between specialists and referring physicians despite new guidance.
Warnings against kissing rats and reptiles, action on violence against health workers, and medical residents fight discriminatory interview questions in top health news this week.
A move to share breast density information along with mammogram results may be more advocacy-based than evidence-based, some researchers warn.