Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

August 19, 2018

February 2011

Volume 29, Number 2

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Gadgets

Letting off steam

There are two kinds of people in this world: those who like to iron and those who hate ...

Travel News

Wet and wetter

There’s nothing like spending a day splashing around at a water park, right? How about spending two or ...

Georgia on your mind?

March and April are by far the best months to visit the lively 18th-century port city of Savannah. ...

How much for the Magna Carta?

US$3.99 isn’t exactly a lot for your very own permanent curator to the British Library. Okay, so it's ...

Gladiators, graffiti artists and underground explorers

In Europe, history is lurking around every corner. A few cities on the Continent have even come up ...

Snap-happy tours

If you've longed time and again for your vacation snapshots to really capture the beauty of the places ...

Rental cars butt out

First Avis and Budget told folks to butt out. Now the Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group has also announced ...

Travel Deals

3 Vegas hotel deals

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino just underwent a US$750 million expansion, adding the Paradise Tower (from US$79 ...

An inn at Lake Placid

Saranac Lake Inn has plenty of special packages to lure skiers to Whiteface Mountain, New York. Book two ...

Live like a king in Ireland

Not surprisingly, hotel prices in Ireland have gone way down this year to lure visitors. Even the famously ...

Greece’s prices down

Ireland isn’t the only European country lowering its rates this year. To keep tourists coming, the Greek Parliament ...

A cherry blossom package in DC

Conferencing in DC this spring? Every year from March 25 through April 15, the Fairmont Washington, DC welcomes ...

Features

Floating on clouds

Heli-skiing gets you to the champagne powder of your dreams — and you don't have to be an expert to try it

Bermuda's heavenly golf

Framed by turquoise waters, the island's top golf courses seduce duffers who prefer their challenges wrapped in sun and warm breezes

Designer doughuts

Forget glazed: we’re talking minty mojito icing, toffee and chopped bacon

Three cheers for Tampa

This kid-friendly city has something for every age group

An island apart

The hippies are gone, replaced by jetsetting bohos, but Kenya's secret island is still the height of indolence

Sacred Japan

An ancient pilgrimage route takes in Shinto shrines and millennia-old hot springs

Putting around Bermuda

With plenty of direct flights, Bermuda's breezy pace and great golf are more accessible than ever

Where to eat when in.... Bangkok

An Ontario ENT and his family enjoy an al fresco meal with the city at their feet

History of Medicine

The quest for quinine

How mosquitoes and malaria met their match

Nutrition

Cocoa galore and more

February is the month to celebrate our hearts. Often we celebrate with an elaborate meal, champagne and, of ...

Recipes

Roman Chickpea Gnocchi Gratin

This pretty casserole of scalloped gnocchi crescents uses garbanzo flour instead of the traditional semolina, adding the nutrients and flavour of beans to a classic side dish.

Grilled Vegetable Sformato

This layered sformato is pretty and filling enough to be a main dish

Red Lentil and Sweet Potato Samosas

Big and hearty enough to be a main course, these are perfect with a tangy-sweet tomato chutney