Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

July 21, 2017

Features

Features

Hungary for more

Fewer crowds, better arts offerings plus four other reasons to love Budapest in the off-season

I prescribe a trip to the Chemin de St-Jacques

A sports medicine physician enjoys medieval hospitality on France's ancient walking trail

Swamped in the Everglades

Tired of happy shiny amusement parks? Explore the Sunshine State's mysterious backcountry instead

Diamonds in the rough

The Great Camps of the Adirondacks recall a bygone era of glamour and privilege in the wilderness

Eccentric Eugene

This Pacific Northwest university town is perfect for a laid-back long weekend

In the grove

A North Carolina landmark lets guests get into a different rhythm with some Appalachian R&R

Last words

A Canadian poet wrote with honesty and courage about dying of cancer

Muskoka, all to yourself

In the fall, Ontario's Deerhurst Resort lets families enjoy prime cottage country without the crowds

Private matters

Some common sense and only slightly paranoid tips to prevent you from revealing everything online

The ultimate lemons

The no-good, the bad and the ugly of 20th-century cars

Home on the range

At this Colorado ranch, the bison roam free and there's plenty of wrangling and relaxing to do until the dinner bell rings

I prescribe a trip to Myanmar

Or how an MD and his wife got to meet Aung San Suu Kyi without really trying

On the Cambodian Riviera

Once a chic French colonial enclave, the country's southwestern coast is begging to be rediscovered

Sunshine state of mind

From rides to museums, we look at the latest and greatest for families in Florida

Where to eat when in... Winnipeg

A family physician discovers there's more to the sizzle at Chop than just steaks