Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

May 19, 2019

January 2014

Volume 32, Number 1

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Gadgets

Snow business

Rocky Mountain-tested Looking for skis where even the topsheet has your name written all over it? Snoday, based ...

One Bottle

Argentina dreaming

Life is all about balance. And perspective. While we may be confronting the dead of winter in the ...

Travel News

Roomer has it

You book a non-refundable room, plans change, and you’re stuck with a hotel reservation you can’t use. In ...

High style in Rotterdam

According to the PR people behind Rotterdam’s Kunsthal museum, “many women long for new shoes as for new ...

UNESCO embraces tradition

The use of the Chinese abacus, the making of Turkish coffee, and the annual renewal of a rope ...

Bring Paris to you

Buying a souvenir from the City of Paris’ new, online store isn’t the same as buying one when ...

Unbanning the bottle

The European Union is taking the first step towards undoing the ban on carry-on liquids on airplanes. Beginning ...

Travel Deals

Banff on a budget

If you can tear yourself away from the practice, the Banff High Country Inn is offering a Sunday ...

Safer, cheap ridesharing

Quebec City-based startup Kangaride.com is slowly moving ridesharing into the mainstream. A membership with the site costs $7.50, ...

The cheapest Caribbean destinations

The very useful budget travel blog priceoftravel.com has ranked 32 destinations in the Caribbean in Mexico based on ...

New York's winter welcome

The Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa is known for its cozy rooms with fireplaces, large breakfasts with fresh ...

Quebec City during Carnival

Staying in Quebec City during Carnival can be expensive, but there are ways around it. You could try ...

Features

Orient yourself

Conquering Hong Kong isn’t an option, but a game plan will ensure you don’t lose your way

I Prescribe a Trip to Brazil

An FP from PEI finds peace deep in the world's largest wetland area

Hawaii's hole-in-one

My favourite time on Maui is just before sunset, when the sky turns tangerine and magenta, the birds ...

Living in the past

Nevis isn’t just beautiful — it’s one of the most authentic Caribbean islands you’ll ever visit

History of Medicine

Bite me

Cannibalism is hard to swallow, but honeyed humans were the medicines of yesteryear

Nutrition

Shaking, not sober

In the Christmas 2013 issue of the British Medical Journal, Drs Graham Johnson, Indra Neil Guha and Patrick ...

(In)famous food advice

A diet low in food but rich in alcohol? How about the one in which you fill up ...

Recipes

Soupy rice and chicken

There were two main versions of arroz con pollo in Cuba in the 1950s. One was a fluffy, ...

Valencia orange and cheese flan

This is a seductive flan with the texture of a creamy cheesecake and the aroma of fresh oranges. ...

Argentinean beef empanadas

These panzudas (big-bellied) empanadas are a delight when fresh from the oven, begging to be eaten with tangy ...