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Daily Health Headlines

May 19, 2022

ICES IN THE NEWS

Help us fix family doctor shortage 'crisis,' GPs tell Ontario election candidates (quotes ICES adjunct scientist Tara Kiran)

Omicron triples Canada's COVID-19 infection count, study shows (quotes ICES adjunct scientist Prabhat Jha)

TORONTO STAR

WHO: COVID deaths dropped by 21% last week but cases rising

‘Children in this province are suffering’: Three former Ontario health ministers on why the next government needs an immediate plan for children’s health (opinion)

How is Peel’s health-care system catching up on surgery backlogs? (analysis)

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Dearth of data, long wait times contribute to ‘broken’ health care system

CBC

LHSC will only ask queer patients about gender and sex when relevant, following complaints

New Brunswick launches new model of care for youth with complex needs

Annual 'Buddy Up' campaign aims to get men talking about mental health

CTV

First case of rare monkeypox in the U.S. was someone who recently travelled to Canada

Women are almost twice as likely to be trapped in a car after a crash: study

GLOBAL

Ontario COVID numbers: 1,207 people in hospital, 168 in intensive care

Airport delays are due to COVID-19 rules, industry group says. Do we still need them?

World just as vulnerable to future pandemics after COVID: WHO panel

Monkeypox cases are now suspected in U.K., Spain, Portugal — here’s what you need to know

HEALTHY DEBATE

Social prescribing: An undervalued tool to deal with mental health

NEW YORK TIMES

Seeking Pills, Young People Head to Social Media, With Deadly Results

Puberty Starts Earlier Than It Used To. No One Knows Why.

Over 75 Percent of Long Covid Patients Were Not Hospitalized for Initial Illness, Study Finds

NATIONAL POST

Three biggest federal public sector unions challenge Liberal government's 'punitive' vaccine mandate for bureaucrats

STAT

Why isn’t there a nasal vaccine for Covid-19 yet? (video)

NEJM, other journals: provide more transparency about conflicts of interest or don’t publish conflicted articles (opinion)

Large U.K. study links vaccination after Covid infection to lower odds of long Covid symptoms



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