The province has approved a new program to assess internationally trained doctors for family practice in Nova Scotia.
For Canadians with asthma, catching their breath can be an ongoing struggle as they cope with a disease they can’t even see. But researchers are developing a new way to give patients a full picture of
It's time to rethink how urinary tract infections are diagnosed, says Dr. James Malone-Lee, because some tests are false negative and patients are not getting necessary treatment.
Infants who are given antacids are more likely to develop childhood allergies, perhaps because these drugs may alter their gut bacteria, a new large study suggests.