Archive: Breast Cancer, Fitness

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Many women are confused about recent findings on breast cancer. Long held beliefs that mammograms and breast self-examination are effective diagnostic tools are now being questioned by scientists. What should women do? Oncologist Dr. Robert Buckman sheds some light on this current dilemma. Dr. Rob Buckman tackles the age-old question; is health care a science or an art? And speaking of health, if you made a resolution to exercise regularly and eat properly, but you need a little motivation, tune in today. Rob Bertelink, from the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute will take your calls about how to exercise effectively and safely. This show contains 1 field piece by Your Health "Cardio Rehab". Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via e-mail.
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The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
OPINION: I waited hours this weekend for a shot — and was turned away. Inventory control and simple addition shouldn’t be this hard.
Ron Davis is a brilliant jazz pianist. Thanks to the pandemic, he’s no longer playing — and he’s likely not the only one.
The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
OPINION: There are arguments for having Section 33 in our Constitution — undoing the errors of a government that can’t seem to shoot straight isn’t one of them.
The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
OPINION: A few months ago, we were all scrambling to get our shots. Now we have more than we can use — it’s time to increase capacity.

According to new projections, case counts will continue to fall — if Ontario can vaccinate fast enough to contain the spread of the Delta variant.

The province aims to get more doses out the door faster in order to contain the spread of the so-called Delta variant.