Archive: Show #26

Your Health

Your Health is hosted by Maureen Taylor. Episode twenty-six. Brain Aneurysms. Many of us have an aneurysm right this moment, but only a fraction of those will rupture. Lisa Goodall was only 36 when she experienced severe symptoms of a brain aneurysm that went undiagnosed for a dangerously long time. And, we look back at things that were touted as medical breakthroughs and see if they lived up to the hype. Maureen interviews Dr. Miriam Shuchman who teaches medical ethics at the State University of New York and writes a column for the Globe and Mail. Also this week, chemistry professor, Joe Schwarcz looks at Selenium.
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The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

OPINION: The numbers are still objectively bad — but they aren’t still going up. Even if it’s a blip, the timing couldn’t be better.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
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The government has released new information about vaccine doses, capacity, and distribution. Read the full update.

Last week, I got to hear the hockey heroes of the ’72 series reminisce about their showdown with the Soviets — and what made it so legendary.