Today's Family Medicine News Highlights

October 11 2019

The Globe and Mail

First Nations file lawsuits against the federal government and demand access to safe drinking water

Federal government estimates $8 billion to implement the tribunal decision on First Nations child welfare

Global News

Researchers test several approaches to retrieve donor organs infected with hepatitis C

Liberal leader says if re-elected his government will relax the assisted dying legislation

Obesity Canada reports doctors and patients share different views on the best treatment options

CBC

New report suggests Nova Scotia’s telehealth service may not be worth its cost

Students in Nova Scotia will have access to mental health services and support

Charlottetown, P.E.I. palliative care center’s new outdoor space will provide patients with more comfort

New Brunswick’s only abortion clinic announces its closure due to lack of funding

New Brunswick Nurses Union files labour compliant over a 5% bonus for Restigouche nurses

Quebec appeals a court ruling which allows the cultivation of cannabis at home

Western Quebec health advocates concerned about the delays faced in accessing STI test results

Manitoba faces calls to cover the costs for a high-priced HIV prevention drug

Kamloops, British Columbia’s elderly care unit will be closing due to chronic staffing challenges

A guide for patients taking any of the heartburn medications that are part of the worldwide recall

Toronto Star

Ontario government pledges $40 million toward student mental-health initiatives

Promises federal leaders have made concerning issues related to Indigenous peoples

La Presse

Le vapotage affecterait non seulement les poumons mais aussi le cœur

Les pédiatres québécois alarmés par le taux d’obésité chez les jeunes

Nouveau-Brunswick : La seule clinique privée d’avortement désormais fermée

La détresse psychologique touche plus du tiers des jeunes Québécois

Le Journal de Montréal

Injection de fonds additionnels dans Rendez-vous santé Québec peu utilisé par les médecins 

Le Journal de Québec

CHU de Québec: Aperçu visuel de la salle d’opération de l’avenir

L'actualite

Le TDAH à la source de stress parental chez la grande majorité des parents

22 associations considèrent les changements climatiques comme un problème de santé publique

Ici Radio-Canada

Débat des chefs : Trudeau attaqué sur le problème de l’eau dans les collectivités autochtones

Aide médicale à mourir : Tous les partis s’entendent sur la nécessité d’une réforme

Culture du cannabis chez-soi : Québec interjettera appel

Montréal : Les services de santé en inuktut difficiles d’accès

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