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Vaping is an urgent threat to public health

THE EVIDENCE SHOWS THAT VAPING IS CREATING A GENERATION OF NICOTINE-ADDICTED YOUTH, WHO START WITH E-CIGARETTES...

Exercise is medicine, and doctors are starting to prescribe it

Clinical research has established exercise as a safe and effective intervention to counteract the adverse...

Marijuana’s medical attributes vastly overstated

POT’S BENEFITS HAVE BEEN OVERSTATED BY POLITICAL ADVOCATES AND SCIENTISTS, WHOSE BIAS MAY HAVE TAINTED...

The world inside

THE PHARMACY SCHOOL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO RECENTLY HOSTED AN ONLINE TOWN HALL MEDICINE SUMMIT...

Four tips for avoiding frailty in old age

FRAILTY ISN'T INEVITABLE. HERE ARE FOUR THINGS YOU (OR YOUR PATIENTS) CAN DO TO STOP CELLS FROM AGING...

Antibiotics before birth and in early life can affect long-term health

BY THE TIME THEY TURN ONE, HALF OF AUSTRALIAN BABIES HAVE HAD A COURSE OF ANTIBIOTICS WHICH MAY HAVE...

How high is too high to drive?

WITH CANNABIS LEGALIZATION AROUND THE CORNER, HERE'S A SUMMARY OF THE RESEARCH THAT YOU CAN REFERENCE WHEN YOUR PATIENTS ASK _WRITTEN BY DR.

Controversy over calcium

WRITTEN BY JEANNIE COLLINS BEAUDIN ON MARCH 21, 2018 In the past decade, a debate has developed over calcium...

Alberta pharmacists worried about cuts to service fees

IN SAVING COSTS, PATIENT CARE PUT ON THE BACKBURNER WRITTEN BY SONYA FELIX ON MARCH 7, 2018 FOR CANADIANHEALTHNETWORK.

Just how bad is all that sugar for the heart?

WRITTEN BY SCOTT LEAR ON FEBRUARY 20, 2018 Still nibbling Valentine’s Day goodies? Munching packaged cereals, pancakes or muffins for breakfast?