It’s difficult enough when a family doesn’t have a doctor. When that family includes a newborn baby, the consequences could be even more significant.
In the final analysis, it’s all about control. Family doctors are the main entrance into the health system. The province is convinced it can’t manage that system without control over the entry point.
Any Nova Scotian interested in understanding the health-care crisis facing this province should listen to answers offered during the Dec.
A new review published today in the Canadian Medical Association Journal provides guidance on Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Disease (SCID), a deadly and rare disease that is potentially curable if
A rising number of infants in Canada are being born already addicted to opiates, with B.C., Alberta and Ontario seeing the highest rates of newborn hospitalizations for the condition.