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When scientists want their data fudged and why you should care
Statisticians play a vital role in ensuring that research findings are genuine and some have been repeatedly asked to alter data records or falsify the significance of results, a new study finds.
The National Today
Ebola outbreak could spiral out of control as health workers deal with armed insurgents, hostile locals
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: health experts struggle to contain Ebola outbreak; the intense celebrity showdown between Taylor Swift and Kanye West turns political; experts answer questions about cannabis legalization plan.
Opioid crisis coupled with doctor shortage leaves chronic pain patients desperate
In northwestern Ontario where thousands of people don't have a primary care provider, patients taking painkillers often aren't at the top of family doctors' waiting lists.
Indigenous healing room opens at east Toronto hospital
Michael Garron Hospital in east Toronto has turned a room in the pediatric unit into an Indigenous healing room with help from members of its Aboriginal Healing Program.
Burnout, depression and even suicidal thoughts reported in survey of Canadian doctors
30 years after Morgentaler ruling, future doctors say medical schools neglect abortion training
'There's not a day that we go into work feeling safe': Video shows violent attack on Winnipeg hospital staff
On top of the grief, there's the shame: families of victims frustrated with stigma of opioid use
Doctor questions 'disgraceful' care provided by private, high-volume methadone clinics amid opioid crisis
Petition calls for national ban on 'conversion therapy' for LGBT youth
A chilling effect of #MeToo in academic medicine
Hope and heartbreak: Expensive drugs for rare diseases are both a gift and a challenge
Dr. Nadia Alam's apology raises questions about the medical community's stance on marijuana
5 new Ebola cases confirmed in eastern Congo
Entrepreneurs cook up edible pot products despite legalization delay
Canadian Medical Association resigns from world body, accuses president of plagiarism
CAMH reaches settlement with former head of gender identity clinic
Today's marijuana different from the rocking '60s, so medical guidelines for seniors in the works
There will be no such thing as painless national pharmacare
Why some doctors are saying it's time to 'drop the D'
'Very, very hurtful': Sask. patients, doctors aim to move past fat shaming in health care