CBC: Health

Thursday th 26th of June 2008

'Jumbo ambulance' comes to Winnipeg - 15:42

Coffee seems to protect against liver cancer, study reveals - 15:42

Review finds pathologist's rate of errors within average - 14:35

Developing nations hardest hit by natural disasters: Red Cross - 14:35

Heat patches recalled due to skin irritation - 13:07

Space tight at Queen Elizabeth Hospital - 11:56

Infection rates rise in overcrowded hospitals: study - 11:56

Ovarian symptoms check with blood test improves detection, study finds - 11:56

Evidence of cancer, contamination in Miramichi lab, inquiry hears - 11:56

ER shut down at Tobique Valley Hospital - 11:56

Winnipeg man at centre of end-of-life controversy dies - 11:56

Heel ultrasound can predict osteoporosis risk, researchers say - 11:56

2 pathologists quitting, Eastern Health confirms - 11:56

Breastfeeding consultants resign to protest formula training - 11:56

Bassinet safety questioned in U.S. study - 11:56

Smoking to be banned on Regina hospital property - 11:56

More than 1 in 4 deliveries in Canada are C-sections, society says - 11:56

Long waits still exist for MRI, CT scans in Ontario: report - 11:56

Canada-wide pathology crisis on horizon, cancer inquiry warned - 11:56

Migraine zapping device shows promise, study finds - 11:56

Wednesday th 18th of June 2008

U.S. firm hopes to end need for vitamin B12 shots - 13:07

Doctors offer to treat dying Winnipeg man after colleagues refuse - 10:07

4.1 million Canadians without family doctor: StatsCan - 10:07

Summer obstetrics sked will confuse women in labour, MD says - 08:14

Doctor offers to treat dying Winnipeg man after colleagues refuse - 08:14

Government trust shaken over cancer test uproar, inquiry told - 08:14

Tuesday th 17th of June 2008

Obese women less likely to be screened for cervical cancer: study - 23:07

Gonorrhea, chlamydia increasing among Alberta youth - 17:49

Miramichi hospital had 'enough significant problems' to warrant changes, inquiry told - 17:07

Quebec to spend $80M on improving nurses' working conditions - 16:42

One-third of people shot by Taser need medical attention: probe - 16:42

Edmonton-area dentist tests positive for hepatitis B - 15:56

Ontario premier commits $1M to California stem cell partnership - 12:35

Refinery emissions have had 'neutral' effect on residents' health: study - 09:56

P.E.I. declares war on bedbugs - 08:07

Wall of silence enveloped Eastern Health, cancer inquiry told - 08:07

Bone loss screening can be less frequent, study finds - 04:42

Monday th 16th of June 2008

Coffee drinking not harmful and may help against heart disease: study - 16:21

2 more Winnipeg doctors resign in dispute over elderly man's treatment - 13:21

Emergency workers carry out mock rescues in P.E.I. park - 10:21

Friday th 13th of June 2008

Though no West Nile cases to date, precautions should be taken: microbiologist - 16:21

Williams attacks cancer commissioner's 'disdain' during testimony - 15:14

Healthier food possible in hospital cafeteria, if customers buy it - 13:21

Doctor to study Manitoba Marathon's effects on runners' hearts - 13:21

Williams, nurses search for common ground on contract - 10:21

Infections clearing at Charlottetown hospital - 07:42

MD group tells cancer inquiry of systemic fatigue, strain - 06:14

Thursday th 12th of June 2008

1-for-1 needle exchange risky, costly: report - 16:21

Primary tumours can fuel growth of other cancer cells in body: study - 15:56

Almost half of Canadians wouldn't call 9-1-1 on signs of stroke: survey - 13:42