A Californian startup is working with the government of Rwanda to deliver blood supplies by drone, and may soon bring the technology to Canada’s north.
A rare diagnosis is gaining mainstream attention, linking streptococcal infection to obsessive-compulsive symptoms and tics in some children
Health Canada ramps up marijuana license approvals, BC proposes dispensing opioids from vending machines, and more in top Canadian health news this week
It is unclear when legal reimbursement for surrogacy crosses the line into illegal payment.
Who owns the data in an EMR? Patients? Doctors? EMR vendors?
The government announced new exemptions to its income sprinkling rules, but doctors remain critical of the reforms.
A palliative care framework, a boost in organ donation, and more in this week’s top health news
Historically, medicine has turned to drugs to eliminate, relieve or reduce pain in patients
With nearly one in five deaths attributed to diet-related risks, there’s growing momentum for front-of-pack warnings on foods high in sugar, salt and fat
Many younger doctors would like to see greater diversity among the leaders and delegates of national medical associations