Wednesday House Call October 21, 2015
Dr Barry Dworkin joins Rob Snow to discuss the latest health stories of the week.
Most women should start annual screenings at age 45 instead of 40.
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2) Does this prove that Ontario made the right decision on IVF funding?
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3) Keep moving to prevent osteoarthritis, say physicists.
4) Pills, powders and supplements are sending tens of thousands to hospital every year.
Products for weight loss or increased energy accounted for the most ER visits. These products caused 72 per cent of problems involving chest pain or irregular or too-fast heartbeats, and they were the culprits in more than half of visits among patients ages 5 to 34. Bodybuilding and sexual-enhancement products also led to cardiac symptoms in many seeking ER help.