Posters, More Not Always Better

The Canadian public needs to know more is not always better when it comes to healthcare When it comes to medical tests and treatments; more is not always better
By Wendy Levinson

There is a lot of evidence that shows that physicians and patients too often pursue tests and treatments that are not necessary valuable — in fact they may actually cause harm to patients

Providing the right amount of healthcare Providing the right amount of healthcare
By Dr. Thérèse Stukel

Too much healthcare isn’t just costly, it is all too often bad for your health.

The best health advice you’ll get today? The best health advice you’ll get today?
By Alan Cassels

Many scientists who have looked closely at the evidence have soundly questioned routine mammograms for healthy women — those with no extra risk factors for the disease — and particularly for younger women because of the very real problems of overdiagnosis and overtreatment

Are medications helping or hurting children with ADHD? Are medications helping or hurting children with ADHD?
By Dr. Janet Currie and Dr. Mark Stabile
Are medications helping or hurting children with ADHD? Are medications helping or hurting children with ADHD?
By Dr. Janet Currie and Dr. Mark Stabile
When health services harm more than help
By Dr. Charles Wright
The best health advice you’ll get today? The best health advice you’ll get today?
By Alan Cassels
Sure fire tricks to get the most out of your vitamin supplements Sure fire tricks to get the most out of your vitamin supplements
By Dr. Mike Allan and James McCormack
Most medications prescribed to children have not been adequately studied Most medications prescribed to children have not been adequately studied
By Dr. Martin Offringa and Dr. Terry P. Klassen
Most medications prescribed to children have not been adequately studied Most medications prescribed to children have not been adequately studied
By Dr. Martin Offringa and Dr. Terry P. Klassen

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