Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

July 21, 2017

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Ever so civilized

Step away from the tea bag! Life’s too short not to drink whole-leaf tea

The brown bag goes black

I brought a hot lunch to work today, something I’ve never done before. I brought it in a ...

Feeling hut, hut, hut

The fully equipped tents in Quebec’s provincial parks take the “rough” out of roughing it

Canada’s Provence?

Vancouver Island’s Comox Valley causes a quiet stir with Slow Food by the sea

Symphony tickets sound great at these prices

“Imagination creates reality,” Richard Wagner once said. It seems he was onto something: Canadians who’ve been dreaming of ...

Like a local in Europe

Like-a-Local wants to make sure travellers get a more authentic experience. The company started with Amsterdam (and that’s ...

Retro watches: it's about time

The 1970s were not a decade noted for great design. Men actually left the house wearing Nehru jackets ...

Blow your worries away

Stress is a constant companion for many physicians these days and, I might add, for medical publishers as ...

Bike to work on a fold-and-go

With more people cycling to work — and more bike thieves expanding their takings — folding bikes are ...

Get a grip on your gadgets

How many gadgets are in your house? Two or three cell phones, an iPod or two, a PDA… ...

Tokyo on a dime

Spend a week in the Japanese capital without taking out a second mortgage

Hollywood comes to Toronto

Located in Toronto's Yorkville, The Hazelton Hotel is the only property in the city that's a five star. ...

Places for the night

There are four new additions to Ontario's Finest Inns and Spas roster, and they're all two hours or ...

Chicago sleeps that are homey and historic

The Loop Like staying in the thick of things? Consider, the Silversmith Hotel and Suites in the business ...

Walk this way: Chicago

Walkability: Definitely a city to discover on foot. Though you will need to take transit to get between ...