Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 21, 2017

November 2012

Volume 30, Number 10

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Golf

Dominican dream

Luxe lodgings and world-class golf will have you on cloud nine at this all-inclusive in the DR

Gadgets

Hello holidays!

9 new gifts to give

One Bottle

Holiday sparkle

If you only buy one bottle to carry you through parties and get-togethers over the holidays, let it be this one

Travel News

Portraits by Jewish ladies

Before 1938, three quarters of the photo studios in Vienna were run by Jewish women. This, according to ...

A bed for brick heads

After years of allowing kids to build their dream castles (albeit in miniature), Lego will soon offer them ...

A Florida fantasy come true

Disney World’s Fantasyland, aka the land that dreams are made of, is going to almost double in size ...

Montreal's Impressionist moment

There seems to be a new wind blowing at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. After opening a ...

Google’s gone under

If a beach vacation isn’t in the cards this winter, go into your office, turn off all the ...

The Louvre's new clothes

You often hear of a museum opening a new wing, but rarely does it actually look like something ...

Travel Deals

Westin’s three nights for two

BOOK NOW! Westin Hotels are running a third-night-free sale until the end of December. Most Westins in the ...

Easy currency converter

The XE Currency Converter is the ultimate financial companion for world travellers. Its app gets live currency data ...

Kids ski free

The Canadian Ski Council's SnowPass is back for kids in Grade 4 and 5. Pay $29.95, and your ...

When to book that flight

According to Kayak.com, domestic flights are cheapest 21 days before your departure and 34 days before international flights ...

Barcelona boutique hotel

Hotel Curious is a colourful contemporary hotel within walking distance of Las Ramblas, Plaza Real and other major ...

Ireland’s bad, our good

The term “zombie hotels” describes once full-to-capacity boutique sleeps dating back to Ireland’s Celtic Tiger era, when the ...

Paris B&B

L’Ermitage Hotel Sacré-Coeur is a quaint turn-of-the-century 12-room B&B on a quiet street within walking distance of Sacré-Coeur ...

Features

Swamped in the Everglades

Tired of happy shiny amusement parks? Explore the Sunshine State's mysterious backcountry instead

Forbidden Beijing

From provocative art to unusual eats, 10 reasons to explore the hidden corners of the Chinese capital

Hungary for more

Fewer crowds, better arts offerings plus four other reasons to love Budapest in the off-season

Andean journey

The Wild West meets Bavaria on a trip through the mountains between Chile and Argentina

I prescribe a trip to the Chemin de St-Jacques

A sports medicine physician enjoys medieval hospitality on France's ancient walking trail

Nutrition

The continuing saga of soy

Soy foods can be an important source of plant protein that is low in calories and fat, and ...

Recipes

Flaky tart dough

This is a baker’s recipe that you’ll never have to look up if you remember the basic ratio ...

Chocolate pudding

When cold, this pudding has a thick texture, much like a pot de crème, and is firm enough ...

Shaker lemon pie

This recipe demonstrates the simplicity, wholesomeness and ingenuity of the Shakers, who were renowned bakers. Making this pie ...

Soft glazed gingerbread

This dough makes a perfect soft cookie, which also keeps the impression from an antique pin. The resulting ...