Inside ERs at a breaking point, staff provide care while juggling shortages and closures
News/Health: Many doctors and nurses across Canada have been calling for help for months, as the COVID-19 pandemic overwhelmed resources that they say were already stretched, and has led to an unparalleled wave of staff shortages that they say has now reached a breaking point.
What do I need to know about this year's flu shot?
Radio/White Coat, Black Art: Some pharmacists say many people have questions about the timing of their annual flu shot, which will coincide with the availability of bivalent COVID-19 vaccines. Here's what we know about this year's flu shot.
Long covid: What science has learned about the loss of smell and taste
Most people recover their sense of smell and taste after Covid-19. But not all do. Some continue to struggle with the inability to smell or taste at all, while others have only partially recovered. Here's what we know so far about why.
Doctor who blew whistle on atrocities of residential schools honoured in Ottawa
News/Politics: Canada's former chief medical health inspector of what was then called the Indian Affairs department, Dr. Peter Bryce, is being honoured with a plaque for exposing the mistreatment of children in residential schools.