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Des chercheurs montréalais tirent la sonnette d'alarme contre un médicament antidouleur fréquemment prescrit par les médecins, même s'il augmente le risque de chutes, de fractures, de troubles de la mémoire et que son efficacité reste à...

source: Le Journal de Montréal

Après Montréal, les opérations réalisées au privé gagnent des adeptes à Québec. Le patron de la première salle d'opération privée dans la capitale croit même que...

source: TVA Nouvelles

The growing opioid crisis has become the focus of a research study at Western University that takes a look at the crisis from a different perspective — how it affects doctors. It's a problem that impacts thousands of people. "Chronic...

source: CTV News

Windsor Regional Hospital has opened two Rapid Assessment Centres to reduce wait times for patients with hip, knee and low back pain. At the centres, patients are assessed by specially-trained Advanced Practice Physiotherapists who...

source: Windsorite.ca

Manitoba's health minister wouldn't give a yes or no answer when asked if the emergency room at Winnipeg's Concordia Hospital will shut down as planned. But Cameron Friesen said it's unlikely the consultant who suggested...

source: CBC News

If you receive BJJ and 360 as part of your COA membership benefits and have not yet registered on the Bone & Joint Publishing web site, register online today using the same e-mail address as the one for your COA membership: https://online.boneandjoint.org.uk/action/registration. You...

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