Liana Hwang is a family physician in Alberta and a past fellow in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health’s Fellowship in Global Journalism at the University of Toronto.
There are significant gaps in menopause care across the country. But there are things we can do to change that. Women don't have to suffer through these symptoms and live a lesser quality of life.
Match Day is possibly the most stressful day of medical school, and an increasing number of medical students will remain unmatched. But a growing network of mentors is here to help.
“It’s outrageous. We’ve always partnered in influenza vaccination and used our offices and our knowledge of our patients and the local community to facilitate vaccination. And we were utterly shut out.”
Canada’s most popular over-the-counter ointments for wound treatment are the most common medical substances causing allergic contact dermatitis, or ACD.
Many patients without a family doctor struggle to access Pap tests. The demand has become unsustainable. But two B.C. physicians are throwing a "Pap-a-palooza" to help meet the need.