Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

September 23, 2017

March 2010

Volume 28, Number 3

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Gadgets

Inventive or idiotic? You decide

Grow your own If you’re a believer in the benefits of Slow Food, then your 21st-century kitchen is ...

Cars

Collectible fever

We look back at the decade’s most sought-after cars

One Bottle

Down to earth

Why on earth would anyone want to drink an “earthy” wine? It’s a reasonable question, and for those ...

Travel News

More security measures

The Nigerian man who attempted to have a Northwest Airlines flight explode over Detroit in December, Umar Farouk ...

Get smart by going on vacation?

Last year, Indiana University researchers gave students a puzzle: A prisoner trapped in a tower has a length ...

H1N1 declines just in time for Mexican fiestas

Mexico had a rough go of it in 2009, tourism-wise. But 2010 is shaping up better: swine flu ...

Edmonton’s glass menagerie

Edmonton is not known for its daring modernist architecture, but the new Art Gallery of Alberta, which opened ...

Putting the brakes on TO’s Bixis

It looked like the city of Toronto would get its own Bixi short-term bike-rental system, modelled after the ...

Travel Deals

Vancouver’s cheap eats

According to Zagat, the top 5 “best bang for the restaurant buck” in Vancouver are Nat’s New York ...

A Vieques guesthouse at US$115

May is the start of low season in the Caribbean; nights warm up, flowers bloom and prices drop. ...

European Cruising

Holland America Cruises has announced its 2011 itineraries with rates starting at US$140. The seven-day Mediterranean Glamour itinerary ...

To NYC on Amtrak’s Adirondack

Amtrak has a New York City-Montreal weekend deal for US$85 round trip. According to National Geographic it’s one ...

Book hotels smarter

Savvy hotel seekers consult these websites: Hotelicopter.com searches 25-plus sources (including Orbitz, Priceline and Hotels. com) to find ...

Features

Killer bras of China

A quirky museum in a Beijing suburb breeds public awareness — and a little paranoia

Victoria’s aristocratic B&Bs

Escape, romance, luxury — these four properties have it all

Moroccan blues

Laidback Essaouira adds bohemian style to its seaside splendour

History of Medicine

Point well taken

How the lumbar puncture came to be one of medicine’s most precious diagnostic procedures

Nutrition

Can your diet be too healthy?

While doctors encourage patients to adopt healthy eating habits to help ward off the likes of high blood ...

Recipes

Beef vegetable quinoa soup

Hearty and healthy, this soup can be an appetizer or a main

Moist chocolate cake

No one will believe this cake is made with cooked quinoa. The perfect gluten-free dessert

Bocconcini and oregano salad

The perfect quinoa salad that's nutrient-dense and low in fat