CBC: Health

Wednesday th 14th of November 2018

Substance use costs $1,000 to $2,600 per person in Canada each year, study says - 16:00

The million dollar drug that patients can't access - 11:50

Canada's first successful heart transplant was 50 years ago this week. Here's how it happened - 06:20

Trying to bridge the 'genomic divide': Lack of Indigenous data a challenge for researchers - 04:30

Tuesday th 13th of November 2018

Juul curbs sales of some e-cigarette flavours, but not in Canada - 19:50

10 people are dying of an overdose every day in Canada, across a wide demographic range: report - 16:10

Ebola outbreak in Congo expected to last into mid-2019, WHO says - 13:20

Toronto man sounds alarm about 'drastic need' for naloxone training to battle opioid overdoses - 12:30

Province, feds announce agreement to improve addictions treatment in Sask. - 12:30

Paying plasma donors is not 'un-Canadian' — it's practical and necessary - 04:10

Is it strep throat? Pharmacies say they could give you the answer and maybe save a trip to the doctor - 04:10

Monday th 12th of November 2018

Indigenous women coerced into sterilizations across Canada: senator - 17:50

Vitamin D lowers risk of cancer death, fish oil reduces odds of heart attack, study shows - 13:20

Bloody expensive: purse project helping homeless women tackle the cost of periods - 12:20

More women in developing countries use contraception, report says - 10:50

5 drug overdose deaths in 24 hours, Windsor police say - 09:10

How Clover the PTSD service dog changed one man's life - 09:10

Farm supervisor charged over Australia strawberry needle scare - 08:10

Cannabis edibles, drinks will mark 'second wave' of legalization - 08:10

Canada falling short on flu vaccinations: internal report - 04:20

Sunday th 11th of November 2018

On the front line of a crisis, overdose-prevention staff could use some help - 04:30

Saturday th 10th of November 2018

Why is Shoppers Drug Mart training doctors to prescribe medical cannabis? - 09:30

Friday th 9th of November 2018

Michelle Obama opens up about miscarriage, IVF in new memoir - 11:20

Thursday th 8th of November 2018

Controversial naturopath gives up licence, says work 'not going to change' - 17:01

Woman speaks out against campaign comparing people with Down syndrome to animals - 12:30

Naturopath who treated child with rabid dog saliva solution gives up licence to practice - 11:40

Wednesday th 7th of November 2018

Familiar music could give Alzheimer's patients a cognitive boost, study suggests - 16:50

Bill that would let Canadians sign up to be organ donors on tax forms faces crucial vote - 11:20

Canadian doctors urge caution after FDA approves controversial new opioid pill - 04:20

Tuesday th 6th of November 2018

Mental health support by text launches for kids across Canada - 14:40

Spanking could be harmful in the long term, U.S. pediatricians say - 12:10

Diabetes Canada warns of 'epidemic,' calls for national strategy - 12:10

Monday th 5th of November 2018

People with Type 1 diabetes who use cannabis may be at higher risk for complications, study suggests - 16:21

Why can naturopaths mislead the public about their credentials? Because no one bothers to stop them - 14:30

Drug-impaired driving tests 'not there yet,' says top RCMP officer - 14:30

Fear the flu shot? How 'avoidance behaviour' can impact public health - 04:22

Sunday th 4th of November 2018

Why ponytails will no longer become wigs for the Canadian Cancer Society - 13:00

Saturday th 3rd of November 2018

Janes chicken strips added to recall list over salmonella concerns - 13:50

Why are there so many shortages of common vaccines? - 08:20

The truth about teatoxes: Why health experts say this celeb-endorsed craze is unnecessary - 03:20

We're ignoring Canada's alcohol problem, chief public health officer warns - 03:20

Friday th 2nd of November 2018

Paralyzed, terminally ill man had to sign assisted-dying papers in bus shelter - 10:10

Thalidomide class action in Canada to proceed as Federal Court overturns ruling - 10:10

'There is no validity': Unproven blood tests for food sensitivity widely offered in Canada - 03:30

Thursday th 1st of November 2018

Young Inuit leaders optimistic about future, despite Nunavik's bleak suicide statistics - 04:10

Meet Montreal's crew of Jewish emergency responders - 03:20

How moms and babies rooming together can help combat opioid dependency - 03:20

Wednesday th 31st of October 2018

Medical Council of Canada under fire for banning access to menstrual products for exam takers - 17:40

More teens in Sask. are smokers than in any other province: Health Canada survey - 12:50

A call for hope during a time of pain: Nunavik looks for solutions to suicide crisis - 04:20