Opinion

At medical school, I wore a tie in the hospital, but not in lectures or laboratory classes. It seemed an unnecessary…
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Obesity is increasing worldwide, especially among children and teenagers. More than 150 million children in the world are…
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In our market economy, we can buy what we want, as long as it’s available, and we have the money. And we normally expect the…
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With one of the highest skin cancer rates in the world, and a UV protection message that has been drilled into children for…
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As a family doctor, I receive a lot of reports from emergency room visits, consultations and hospitalisations. Many such…
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Obstetric forceps look like ninja weapons. They come as a pair: 16 inches of solid steel for each hand with curved 'blades'…
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Is this government up to the challenge of meaningful health reform? I must say I am beginning to severely doubt it. Why?…
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