Archive: Your Health Season 3 Episode 19

Your Health

There's obese, and then there's morbidly obese: people who are at least twice their healthy body weight. And this extra fat does put their health at risk. Your health looked at a new surgery that will help these people lose weight, but still adds up to an extreme measure. The College of Gynecologists wants women to have easy access to something known as "the morning-after pill". The College says it should be available without a prescription. Maureen Taylor's studio guest is Dr. Sheila Dunn, medical director of Toronto's Bay Centre for Birth Control. She is leading a pilot project to give women better access to the morning-after pill. Dr. Paul Caldwell explains about bacteria.
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A new variant panic, a business registry debacle, and an eye exam truce.
OPINION: Last week, councillors voted against expanding the city’s urban-growth boundary. Ontario has the power to overturn that decision, and it’s hinting it might use it.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province

OPINION: ICU occupancy remains low. Vaccines are now approved for kids. But now that we’re starting to let our guard down, a whole lot of pent-up stress is coming out.
OPINION: Many Canadians don’t have a little plastic jug with bagged milk in their fridge. New research suggests they should.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province. speaks to physicist Sajeev John, recent winner of the Gerhard Herzberg Medal, about his research on trapping light — and what it could lead to.
OPINION: The only real answer to the problems cars create is to cut down on driving. Cities like London are showing us how.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.