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  • Media ugly attacks against Canadian MuslimsScott Stockdale
    September 2, 2010

    With the arrest of Misbahuddin Ahmed, Hiva Alizadeh and Dr. Khurram Sher on terrorism related charges this past week, accusations of "Islamic terrorism" are once again dominating the news in Canada. Salam Elmenyawi, president of The Muslim Council of Montreal (MCM), is reminding Canadians that everyone is entitled to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty; and the accused have the right to be tried in a transparent and fair court with the protection of their constitutional rights.

  • Medical MarijuanaReuel S. Amdur
    November 12, 2019

    Medical marijuana is in an ambiguous position. Its products lack DIN drug identification numbers. As a Health Canada web site explains, "A DIN uniquely identifies the following product characteristics: manufacturer; product name; active ingredient(s); strength(s) of active ingredient(s); pharmaceutical form; route of administration." And, "A drug product sold in Canada without a DIN is not in compliance with Canadian law."

  • Meditation and Mindfulness: There's something in it for everyoneProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    January 22, 2017

    Just a few meters from my home in Waterloo, Ont., a suburban clinic specializes in mindfulness. Its existence is evidence of an astonishing recent increase in businesses, organizations and non-profit groups whose sole purpose is to teach, or provide resources for the practice of meditation. In times of rapid change, people are realizing an unchanging truth: the ancient practice of mindful meditation is beneficial to our physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing.

  • Meeting God's lovers in CairoProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    January 19, 2018

    I met two beautiful people on my recent visit to Egypt. Although geographically and culturally worlds apart, they are nevertheless deeply connected in spirit.

  • Memory loss in aging: What is normal?The Canadian Charger
    September 29, 2014

    "Where did I leave my glasses?" That question is the provocative title of a book by Martha Weinman Lear, a writer who specializes in social- and health-related subjects.

  • Men and SuicideReuel S. Amdur
    November 26, 2018

    On November 22, the Royal Ottawa Hospital's psychiatrist-in-Chief Rajiv Bhatta gave a presentation on men and suicide. "Men have low rates of depression compared to women, yet they are four times more likely to die by suicide." Thus, of people with depression only a third are men, while some 75 to 80% of deaths by suicide are by men.

  • Meng's case continues to haunt usReuel S. Amdur
    June 23, 2020

    On May 27, Justice Heather Holmes ruled that the American request for extradition of Meng Wanzhou could continue, as the charge of fraud is a valid basis for such action. The implication is for probably years in additional appeals and wrangling. As a result, we can foresee that Chinese custody of two Canadians, Michael Spavor and Michael Kovig, will continue throughout the process of Meng's legal procedures, leaving them to Xi Jinping's not-so-tender-mercies. They were taken into custody in retaliation for her being freed from custody on tight bail conditions. All but forgotten by his government, Imam Huseyin Celil, a Uyghur human rights defender and Canadian citizen, has been held in China since 2006.

  • Mental health and suicideThe Canadian Charger
    October 8, 2013

    Ottawa's Royal Ottawa Hospital (ROH) arranged an educational program on September 26 to help parents understand their children and to empower them to be effective in promoting their children's mental well-being. The program was triggered by a pair of child suicides which captured public attention.

  • Mental health and workThe Canadian Charger
    January 30, 2016

    An employer must make reasonable accommodation for an employee with a disability. That includes a mental disability such as depression or anxiety. It's the law.

  • Mental Health Care from Past to PresentReuel S. Amdur
    February 21, 2017

    At a session for the general public held on November 1, the Royal Ottawa Hospital's Psychiatrist in Chief Raj Bhatla gave a brief history of psychiatry, ending with a list of new treatments and trends.

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Dotan Rousso. Holds a Ph.D. in Law—a former criminal prosecutor in Israel. Currently working as a college professor in Canada.

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