Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 21, 2017

September 2010

Volume 28, Number 9

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Gadgets

Torn between two smartphones

iPhone 4 Sleek and smooth In terms of design, the iPhone is the standard. Steve Jobs compared iPhone ...

Cars

The comeback kids

The Detroit Three make a surprising right turn on the road to recovery

Travel News

Flying Fidos: make travel easier for your dog

Always travel with all your dog's records of shots and vaccines. Make sure your dog is comfortable in ...

Mickey plus Minnie = more money

It now takes more bibbidi bobbidi boo to get into Disney. The company has raised its rates. At ...

BC gets real

For some, finding a good knockoff is oh so satisfying; we aren’t those kind of people, especially when ...

The graveyard of the Atlantic

Sable Island, a narrow crescent of grassland and windswept sandy beaches 300 kilometres southeast of Halifax, is the ...

Free in NYC?

No, it’s not an oxymoron. Believe it or not, it is possible to take a (small!) bite out ...

Travel Deals

Sleep in Madrid for way less

Looking for a truly budget place to stay in Madrid that’s central, clean and with a private bathroom? ...

Sleep in a Bohemian brewery

Not surprising, the Czech Republic - the birthplace of pilsner - is also home to the brewery hotel. ...

Big Apple street vendors

If you want to know where New Yorkers eat for less, then promptly refer to [streetvendor.org/vendys]. The Vendys ...

Features

The real Venice

Forget Piazza San Marco: La Serenissima comes alive in its neighbourhood squares

Cranberry fields forever

A Muskoka festival proves these berries aren’t just for Thanksgiving

Where to eat when in… Grosses Coques, NS

An FM heads up the coast of Baie Sainte-Marie for traditional Acadian fare

The new wave

Set sail with the best high-end cruise line that you've never heard of

Keep the peace

Seeking a little serenity after the conference? Try these seven havens of calm

The glory of Vienna

Home to musical geniuses and psychiatric savants, Austria's imperial city has long been a hotbed of creativity

History of Medicine

In the bag

McGill’s own Dr Charles Drew fought racism to create the world’s first blood bank

Nutrition

The vitamin that keeps on giving

We know the role vitamin D plays in the prevention of osteoporosis and colon cancer. However, a flurry ...

Recipes

Barley with nuts and dried fruit

Crunchy with almonds and pine nuts, this casserole is perfect alongside baked ham or turkey.

Cranberry Sauce

Not just for Christmas turkey, this sauce is great with pork too.

Cranberry Apple Pie

Here’s a delicious twist on a harvest classic

Cranberry Tea Biscuits

These delightful biscuits burst with flavour!

Cranberry Loaf

This yummy loaf is perfect for breakfast, or as a lunchbox snack.

Cranberry Biscotti

Easy to make and great for dipping.

Provençal tomato casserole

This casserole is best in summer when the tomatoes ripen on the vine, but the herbs and balsamic vinegar perk up winter tomatoes, too. If you like, assemble it ahead of time and bake it at the last minute.

Puffy oven apple pancake

Large and puffy baked pancakes are popular throughout Europe; this one is from Finland. The proportion of eggs, milk and flour varies from one recipe to another. It puffs up to make a golden, crusty cradle that can be filled with fruit or berries. A 17-inch (43-cm) slope-sided paella pan is perfect for baking the pancake.