Archive: Your Health Season 3 Episode 15

Your Health

In Show #15 we look at electroconvulsive therapy which is still well-respected in the psychiatric community and not an uncommon treatment for severe depression. But the quest for an alternative goes on. Your Health looks at one that's still considered experimental . Maureen Taylor's studio guest is Dr. Graeme Cunningham, director of addiction treatment at the Homewood Health Centre and a recovering alcoholic. Alcoholism is a disease that not only hurts the alcoholic but also damages those around them. There are new treatments to help alcoholics but tough love may be the best prescription. On 'Medicine 101" Dr. Paul Caldwell shows off his sewing skills, explaining 'Sutures'.
Aired:
Jul 20, 2002
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