"The first question they would ask would be 'Are you breastfeeding?' Really, it should be 'How are you doing?'"
"I felt so much pressure to breastfeed."The Score: 1
- Is it ethical for doctors to ask their own patients for research consent?
The traditional way of obtaining informed consent can be cumbersome and hinder enrollment. A new model is simpler—and some even say more ethical.The Score: 0
- How we brought brain research to life for 160,000 people
Kirk NylenThe Score: 0
- Why does cervical cancer screening start at different ages in different provinces?The Score: 0
"There’s a reason for the addiction, there’s a reason why people are taking the substance. They’re trying to numb a memory."
"The counsellors suffer trauma too."The Score: 1
- Why can't you access your health record online?
The technology is available for patients to securely see their health records online. But despite the many benefits, most Canadians don't have access yet.The Score: 0
"The challenge in Canada is the failure to acknowledge the impact of racism or white supremacist logic in health care."
"Providers downplay the role of racism."The Score: 0
- Pharmacare may be the right thing to do, but it won't save money
Peter DyrdaThe Score: 0
- Top Five – The Best of the YearThe Score: 0
- Uninsured patients in Ontario: People get sicker, the system pays more
There are an estimated half-million people in Ontario who do not have access to OHIP, mostly for reasons tied to their immigration status. Why is the system set up this way? And what does it end up costing us?The Score: 0
- New directions at Healthy Debate
Andreas LaupacisThe Score: 0