CBC: Health

Thursday th 3rd of January 2019

Drawing aids memory more than written notes, Canadian researchers find - 07:50

The next frontier in the 'right to die': advance requests, minors and the mentally ill - 04:20

Wednesday th 2nd of January 2019

Feeling fidgety in class? Go stomp, jump or hop down this school's sensory hallway - 17:50

Higher flu numbers due to early peak in season, says Sask. health ministry - 11:50

University of Waterloo looking to put more vegan and vegetarian options on the menu - 10:50

Low-carb or low-fat diet? No clear winner emerges for weight loss - 09:20

$3,000 for a baby crib? Parents with disabilities face expensive options - 08:20

Tuesday th 1st of January 2019

'Social prescriptions' aim to ease patients' depression, loneliness - 15:30

Monday th 31st of December 2018

Taquisha McKitty, woman at centre of life-support battle, has died - 15:10

Taquisha McKitty, woman at centre of life-support battle, has died - 13:50

Love on borrowed time: Cancer patients find romance despite terminal prognosis - 11:10

'We are new Russians': How a hard-drinking nation curbed its alcohol use - 09:00

'I wouldn't trade it for the world': Grandparents increasingly becoming primary caregivers - 09:00

Fitness in your home à la Netflix: On-demand, unlimited subscription classes - 04:10

Sunday th 30th of December 2018

Cattle and dairy farmers fear new food guide could hurt their industries - 22:50

Saturday th 29th of December 2018

B.C. nurse hopeful Ebola outbreak in Congo can be contained soon - 11:50

100 years ago, a train carrying Spanish flu pulled into Calgary. Within weeks, Alberta was in crisis - 11:50

Received a new heart recently? This mom may be looking for you - 11:50

The Big Trip: How psychedelic drugs are changing lives and transforming psychiatry - 09:30

Friday th 28th of December 2018

CHEO confirms 3rd case of rare polio-like illness - 14:00

Listeners offer support to Sask. gynecologic oncologists who feel burned out - 14:00

Automated service calls isolated people to make sure they're OK - 14:00

Former nurse on P.E.I. talks about burnout — and says the province needs to do more - 14:00

Overdose crisis continues in B.C. with 120 deaths last month, coroner says - 13:30

Durex recalls condoms in Canada after failed shelf-life tests - 12:40

Pediatrician pop quiz: When to go to the emergency room during flu season - 12:10

Working in space doesn't seem to shorten astronauts' lives - 11:10

Alleged phoney doctor in Vancouver asking for cash for surgeries, health authority warns - 10:10

Mentally disabled man anxious about Presto after transit card problems nearly left him stranded - 10:10

Ban on assisted dying at St. Martha's hospital should end, says law prof - 09:41

Many teens resist allure of smartphone 'catnip' — but some still struggle - 04:20

Thursday th 27th of December 2018

Eat Smart Salad Shake Ups recalled in 5 provinces over Listeria fears - 22:00

These life-saving devices are everywhere. But could you find one when you need it? - 22:00

Wednesday th 26th of December 2018

'Thank God we created this,' says Edmonton judge and architect of mental health court - 16:30

From rabid dog saliva to 'Dr. Lipjob,' these are the top B.C. health stories of 2018 - 16:30

Thailand moves to legalize medical marijuana and another drug - 13:10

Power of the pooch: Dogs ease kids' anxiety before medical scans - 04:30

Tuesday th 25th of December 2018

More Salad Shake Ups recalled due to possible Listeria contamination - 18:00

Logan Boulet Effect: Death of player in Broncos crash highlighted organ donation - 18:00

Children are bearing the brunt of this year's flu season, health officials say - 04:30

Monday th 24th of December 2018

Romaine lettuce now safe to eat, Public Health Agency says - 15:20

First Nations kids more likely to experience pain, less likely to get treatment - 12:20

Choosing life: Paramedic uses music to help first responders access help - 12:20

Talking turkey: To rinse or not to rinse that Christmas bird - 11:50

American cities look to Vancouver for overdose crisis response model - 11:50

'Burned out': Saskatoon cancer doctors reveal reasons for departures - 04:10

'I can talk about my troubles': Why chats with barbers can promote health for black men - 04:10

Sunday th 23rd of December 2018

Dealing with dementia during the holidays: Tips from the Alzheimer Society - 13:30

'It's not sustainable': Hospitals in Northeastern Ontario at or over capacity - 09:50

Picture of Toronto homelessness emerging from research into Out of the Cold program - 09:20