In patients with stage III favorable-histology Wilms tumor, negative nodal involvement and the absence of loss of heterozygosity at chromosomes 1p and 16q were predictors for event-free survival and o
Eroding neonatal care
The wait for a new Canada Food Guide is almost over. After two years of exhaustive public and professional consultation, discussion forums, and focus groups, the proposed document is undergoing final
Nova Scotia is losing family doctors to other provinces, notably New Brunswick, because of the 'antiquated' way it pays for their services, says the president of Doctors Nova Scotia.
As a physician with 35-plus years’ experience, I am greatly concerned about the continuous, relentless, and intentional disassembly of our health-care system.
Following my Dec. 16 column on the Nova Scotia health authority’s treatment of family doctors, two senior NSHA managers, Dr. Rick Gibson and Dr. Lynne Harrigan, responded in an opinion piece publish
A future Nova Scotia government, Tory or NDP, will point back at Stephen McNeil’s Liberals as the rascals who put the province in a financial wringer.
Doctors from throughout Nova Scotia gathered in Dartmouth today to brainstorm ideas for a new primary care payment model.
Moira Donovan brings us the story of Terri Taylor who recently fulfilled her dream of being a surrogate mom.
Two major Apple investors have urged the iPhone maker to take action to curb growing smartphone addiction among children, highlighting growing concern about the effects of gadgets and social media on
A decade ago, smart devices promised to change the way we think and interact, and they have – but not by making us smarter. Eric Andrew-Gee explores the growing body of scientific evidence that digita