October 21, 2019

 
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Health & Fitness

 
 
October 20th
Last summer, the CBC's Jean Paetkau saved her seven-year-old son from an undiagnosed life-threatening allergy at a local pool. Paetkau describes how emergency training and a career in the newsroom helped her to cope with the crisis. The event changed her …
October 20th
The tortured songwriter. What's bad for your heart is good for your art. Depression, anxiety and addiction have long been considered part of the unpredictable lives of working musicians, especially those on the road. But a younger generation is tryin…
October 19th
Whole Foods is the latest grocery chain affected by a recall of hundreds of beef and veal products across Canada due to possible E. coli contamination.
October 19th
A common treatment for a chronic pain condition that affects millions of Canadians may not be as safe as once thought, and experts say a growing body of research shows it could be doing more harm than good.
October 19th
Onerous regulations and insufficient funding are holding back cannabis research in Canada, some experts say, a year after recreational use of the drug became legal.
October 18th
Frequent bone fractures can be a sign of something more serious.
October 18th
Apparently, she ate three meals and two snacks a day.
October 16th
Salmon, berries, and tomatoes are all high in collagen.
October 16th
Identifying your ailment and finding the right course of action can make all the difference.
October 15th
Follow this, and you'll slim down fast and still feel satisfied.