Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

January 24, 2022

March 2014

Volume 32, Number 3

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Aim for the sky

The Atlantic Links along the UK’s coasts of Cornwall and Devon should be on every golfer's list


Clinical games that make it fun to disagree

Introduced this January, the Prognosis suite consists of nine applications of clinical games. The games present a series ...

Quiet, the thermostat may be listening

In January, Google paid $3.2 billion for Nest. Why? The short answer is that Google wanted to get ...

One Bottle

Spain’s glorious garnacha

It wasn’t meant to be more than a pitstop; a respite on the road to Spain’s world-renowned Rioja ...

Travel News

Culture is going north

Riga, Latvia’s capital, and Umeå, a university town in northern Sweden, are celebrating being named Europe’s “capitals of ...

Cirque in Mexique

Fittingly enough, Cirque du Soleil is heading to sunny Mexico. The Montreal-based company is partnering with a resort ...

Forbidden Toronto

This year the Royal Ontario Museum turns 100, and to celebrate they’re shining a light on a much ...

Let the gøød times røll

Back in 2012 these same Doctor’s Review pages told you that Denmark was the happiest country on earth, ...

Good cause, Great Rainforest

If you have $10,000 lying about, Canadian Geographic is launching expedition cruises into BC’s Great Bear Rainforest, with ...

Follow the rainbow

The Istanbul Modern is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, and they’re trotting out all the colours of ...

Room to fly

If, like me, you’re a tall person who gripes about legroom on planes, TripAdvisor’s new search features might ...

Travel Deals

5 hot deals in Europe

Paris, Prague, Amsterdam, Reykjavik and Budapest!


The Lautrec legacy

The alcoholic aristocrat Toulouse-Lautrec ruled Paris’ brothels, but he also called quiet Albi home

All eyes on Italy

Make Sorrento your base for day trips around a peninsula that looks like a painting

Field focus

Zoom in on Flanders in northern Belgium as WWI turns 100

History of Medicine


How a shock to the heart jump-started emergency medicine


Gardeners, eat thy enemy

Why make war on dandelions when you can braise them instead? The tastiest garden-variety dandelions come out in ...


Arctic char with charmoula

Charmoula, like salsa verde and harissa, is versatile, but never dull. The alchemy relies on lemon juice, garlic, ...

Rock shrimp risotto

Cooking risotto is tricky. The rice can’t be mushy and shapeless, nor crunchy and stiff. The risotto will ...

Yellowfin tuna with jalapeño-cumin butter

1⁄4 c. (60 ml) peanut or vegetable oil four 6-oz. (170-g) yellowfin tuna steaks, approximately 1 in. (2.5 ...