Lack of evidence-based medicine in debate around new MAID law should concern Canadians

Medical history has shown that when well-meaning people bypass careful science to rush a treatment out before harms are properly understood, it can have disastrous consequences, writes Dr. Mark Sinyor. View original... Read more »

Why proper home care should be a cornerstone of how our health system looks after seniors

This column is an opinion by Dr. Elizabeth Niedra, a care of the elderly physician, writer, and lecturer in family medicine at the University of Toronto. She does home visits for older adults with... Read more »

Changing how police departments respond to overdose calls could save lives

This column is an opinion by Dr. S. Monty Ghosh, an addiction and internal medicine specialist, as well as an assistant clinical professor at the University of Calgary and The University of Alberta. He... Read more »