Archive: Your Health Season 3 Episode 11

Your Health

In Show 11 the field piece deals with Compassion Clubs. Canada may be the first country to sanction marijuana as a medicine, but not many are happy with the government's system. Some say the regulations are still too restrictive, even though they allow some people to use pot legally They can use it, but they're not supposed to buy it. In many Canadian cities, patients are getting around that by joining compassion clubs ... part pot shop, part counselling service. Host Maureen Taylor's studio guest is Rob Bertelink, an exercise supervisor at the Toronto Rehab Cardiac Program. They discuss the many myths associated with fitness and exercising. Dr.Paul Caldwell explains how our lungs get oxygen to all the cells in our body.
Aired:
Jun 22, 2002
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