CBC: Health

Monday th 21st of July 2008

Surgery for depression shows promising 1-year results: study - 10:42

Margarine, pastry producers slow to reduce trans-fat levels: task force - 10:21

Saturday th 19th of July 2008

Computer glitch shuts down pharmacy drug billing across B.C. - 00:35

Friday th 18th of July 2008

Eye solution could harm users: Health Canada - 17:07

Sleeping too much or too little increases post-menopausal stroke risk - 16:21

Iqaluit study to focus on pregnant smokers - 15:56

Counterfeit Oral-B toothbrushes recalled for choking hazard - 15:56

Clinton announces anti-malaria drug deal - 13:42

Heat, smog and exercise: Risky business? - 12:14

Canadian researchers discover ovulation gene - 12:14

NYC's chain restaurants must post calories or face fines - 11:49

Traditional Chinese doctors fight proposed federal regulation - 11:28

No place for mentally ill young people, parent says - 08:28

Senior pathologist testifies at cancer inquiry - 07:21

Thursday th 17th of July 2008

Researchers offer to bring N.W.T. stomach bacteria study to Yukon - 15:56

U.S. FDA lifts safety advisory on tomatoes - 15:35

Iqaluit undertaker calls for new morgue outside hospital - 14:07

Underactive region in brain linked to OCD - 13:21

Highest radon levels found in 3 P.E.I. schools - 12:14

Wednesday th 16th of July 2008

Nursing homes: What to look for in a long-term care facility - 15:14

Depression and heart disease may be linked for women: StatsCan - 14:07

Pathologists association releases new guidelines, calls for more funding - 11:07

Cancer tissue sample problems remain, inquiry told - 05:28

Tuesday th 15th of July 2008

Huntington's trigger found, could help with treatment - 15:35

Charlottetown hospital's battle with superbug continues - 15:14

Dis-Graced Winnipeg hospital seeks new name - 11:28

Breast cancer database has weaknesses: advocate - 11:07

Study shakes up belief that low-salt diet helps asthma - 10:42

Home tests for HPV put to the test in northern Quebec - 10:21

Monday th 14th of July 2008

Doctors reveal case of Alberta woman who died after stepping on venomous caterpillars - 18:49

Alzheimer's patients who exercise have bigger brains: study - 15:49

89% of kids' food products low on nutritional value: study - 15:07

Seal oil shows promise for healthy heart, researcher says - 13:14

A quarter of Ontarians with diabetes aren't admitting it, study says - 11:42

Saturday th 12th of July 2008

Cell phone use potentially risky for kids, teens: health agency - 17:28

Friday th 11th of July 2008

Mosquito with West Nile virus reported in Toronto - 15:35

New doctors choose to stay in N.L. - 13:42

UCLA scientists use PET scans to locate, track prostate cancer cells in mice - 12:14

Alzheimer's patients have rapid growth of brain ventricles: study - 12:14

Woman launches marathon Maritime swim - 11:28

N.B. hospital loses power after copper wire thefts - 11:01

'Social tonics' contain unauthorized drugs, Health Canada warns - 11:01

Longer wait times expected for radiology reports - 09:07

Thursday th 10th of July 2008

Children hardwired for empathy, say brain researchers - 23:21

Diabetes may decrease male fertility, research indicates - 13:14

Nanomaterials could pose health risks, need more oversight, council says - 11:21

Lab technologist praises pathologist at cancer inquiry - 09:28

Doctor calls for ER to reopen following woman's death - 08:21

Families launch $50M proposed class action after C. difficile outbreak - 07:56

Radiologist leaving P.E.I. for Alberta - 05:42