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The flu season is back in Canada. This week on #TheDoseCBC, Dr. Allison McGeer shares what you should know about this year's influenza strain, symptoms and the differences between RSV and the flu. Listen here: bit.ly/3i805DE @NightShiftMD
Here's what experts say you should know about colorectal cancer screening in Canada. cbc.ca/1.6653674 #TheDoseCBC
In most provinces, women in their 40s don’t get breast cancer screening. An Ontario woman says she’s alive today because she pushed for a mammogram…thanks to an episode of @cbcwhitecoat. cbc.ca/1.6427662
Having trouble finding children's pain and fever medication? @kgrindrod shares what parents should and shouldn't do during this shortage. Listen to her interview with @NightShiftMD here: bit.ly/3hCkikz #TheDoseCBC
This week on #TheDoseCBC: Kelly Grindrod has suggestions for parents looking for kids' meds. “The best thing you can do is weigh your child, then go into a pharmacy that you trust and ask them for some advice on what you can give your child.” Listen: bit.ly/3hCkikz
Inside @CHEO's fight to control rising RSV, COVID-19 and flu cases. @AlexMunter tells @NightShiftMD: “It’s just awful because too many kids already wait too long for planned surgery or a planned procedure. And now we’re having to cancel those.” cbc.ca/1.6643679
Did you know that the first step in colorectal cancer screening is often a 💩test done at home? Dr.@JillTinmouthh shares her best advice on colorectal cancer screening with#TheDoseCBCC guest host@PeterLinMDD. Listen:bit.ly/3WO0xqsb
In honour of the first International Prosthetics and Orthotics Day #ISPOPandODay2022, a fascinating look at how a prosthetic leg is made. @andrewnguyenCBC @cbcwhitecoat is working on a future episode devoted to prosthetists and orthotists. cbc.ca/player/play/20…
This week: One man's search for a better way to handle patient complaints. "A quality audit is: find out what went wrong, call to action, make recommendations, make sure it doesn't happen again." cbc.ca/1.6640772 @NightShiftMD
Do you know what some of the early symptoms of RSV in infants look like? @DrFatimaKakkar talks about those symptoms and why unclogging an infant's nose is important. Listen here: bit.ly/3sSh3YD #TheDoseCBC @NightShiftMD
When should you visit the emergency room if you don't have a family doctor? @UBCmedicine @UBCFamPractice Dr. Rita McCracken (@DrRitaMc) explains on @cbcwhitecoat. cbc.ca/radio/whitecoa…
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Looking for a family doctor? @PeterLinMD recommends starting with family and friends to see if their family doctor is taking on new patients. He shares other tips on how to find a family doctor in his conversation with @NightShiftMD. Listen here: bit.ly/3FkpGCJ
This week on White Coat, Black Art. cbc.ca/1.6630686
Have you experienced a health issue you didn't know was linked to menopause? Would it have helped to know more about menopause and its symptoms? If you're willing to share, we'd love to hear about it for an episode of @cbcwhitecoat. Email us your story: [email protected]
Millions of Canadians are without a family doctor. @PeterLinMD and @NightShiftMD share tips on how to find a family doctor and ways people can take charge of their health if they don't have a primary care provider. Listen: bit.ly/3FkpGCJ #TheDoseCBC
I’m calling Saskatchewan nurses! If you would like to speak anonymously to CBC please send me a DM. Anonymity will be granted. I know there is a fear and culture surrounding speaking up… but how do we change that? We need to share our truths…
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What women need to know about breast cancer screening in Canada cbc.ca/1.6628886 #TheDoseCBC
Do you know how often you should be getting screened for breast cancer? @DrPaulaGordon has great advice for women of all ages on screening, knowing your breast density and how to check for a lump. Details here: bit.ly/3VBEIKh #TheDoseCBC @NightShiftMD
Susie Goulding has had long COVID symptoms since early in the pandemic. She found others after creating the COVID Long-Haulers Support Group Canada. It now has 17,000+ members. And she wants governments to recognize and support them. Listen here: bit.ly/3TtCdrN
Aside from a lump, do you know some of the other signs of possible breast cancer? If not, @DrPaulaGordon suggests @knowyourlemons' guide as a starting point. She goes over the symptoms and breast cancer screening in this week's #TheDoseCBC. Listen: bit.ly/3VBEIKh
Our show this week on #TheDoseCBC is on breast cancer screening and it’s a doozy. My guest is @DrPaulaGordon and boy did she deliver a ton of wisdom. It drops this Thursday. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. twitter.com/ShielaAppavoo/…
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This week: As polio makes a comeback, Miki Boleen wants parents to vaccinate their kids. "Trust me, if I could have had immunization, I wouldn't have had polio twice and I'd still be dancing. That's the thing I miss the most." Listen: bit.ly/3Te4zWy
Trauma is a deeply misunderstood, ubiquitous force in our society, says @DrGaborMate. "We get so used to it we don't even recognize it... Trauma isn't necessarily terrible things happening to you. It's a wound that you sustain." More via @sickboypodcast: cbc.ca/1.6612920
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What do we know about the long-term health effects of e-cigarettes? @DavidHammondPhD answers that question and more during his chat with @NightShiftMD about vaping. Listen here: bit.ly/3yAqIXh #TheDoseCBC
I can't wait for our latest #TheDoseCBC episode to drop on Thursday. @DavidHammondPhD answers our question "What do we know now about vaping?" This is a comprehensive episode you won't want to miss.
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This week on #TheDoseCBC: What should I know about how diet affects my cancer risk? @NightShiftMD speaks with @ubcspph assistant professor and @BCCancer scientist @RaAMurphy about the latest research. Listen here: bit.ly/3SWGC5U
Have questions about this year's flu shot? ICYMI, @NightShiftMD and pharmacist @ashley_polny address commonly asked questions about the influenza vaccine on #TheDoseCBC. Listen here: cbc.ca/listen/cbc-pod… #CDNhealth
#TheDoseCBC Artificial sweeteners are found in more and more foods. But a growing body of research suggests they could have negative effects on your health. @LeslieBeckRD tells @NightShiftMD why you should cut back. bit.ly/3S6OotN
This week on #CBCTheDose – the bivalent COVID vaccine. @AntibioticDoc tells @NightShiftMD: "If you had your 4th dose already don't worry...It's still good." NACI recommends a booster 6 mos after a previous COVID vax/infection. 3 mos if immunocompromised or elderly.
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Are you having difficulty getting your young children caught up on immunizations they missed during COVID-19? Tell us about your experience in an email to [email protected] We're listening!
The first show of the season with @NightShiftMD: the trouble with home care. @cbcradio bit.ly/3BqkQBz
Are you having trouble seeing your family doctor face to face? Still only being given virtual appointments? Worried that an online appointment isn't adequate? We want to hear from you. DM us and let's talk. Or email [email protected]
As a child, Dr. Alika Lafontaine had a stutter and was labelled as having a learning disability. He says teachers told him he would never graduate high school. Now, as the new CMA president, he aims to amplify others' voices. @NightShiftMD cbc.ca/1.6541525
"If you feel 'at least' coming out of your mouth, it doesn't matter what else you're going to say. It's the wrong thing to say." Dr. Kathryn Mannix talks to @NightShiftMD about turning difficult conversations into "tender conversations." Full story: cbc.ca/1.6307356
Does the open-back hospital gown need a revamp? @NightShiftMD wades into the debate over the century-old attire. cbc.ca/1.5487450
"I have avoided contracting COVID-19, but the isolation and solitude have taken a toll." B.C.'s Kealey Pringle, who is reconnecting with people despite her anxiety, talks to @NightShiftMD, in an episode of The Recovery Sessions. cbc.ca/1.6380242
Most harassed doctors choose not to take any action because those who do risk paying a heavy price. In a rare move, Halifax cardiologist Dr. Gabrielle Horne fought back — and won. cbc.ca/1.5118954
As masking shifts from required to recommended, experts say an uptick in negative comments directed toward those wearing masks may be part of a larger trend of increased aggression — such as air rage and domestic violence — during the pandemic. cbc.ca/1.6519600
B.C. pharmacy assistant Rebecca Stribbell says she has experienced pushback from other people for wearing a mask, especially since pandemic restrictions lifted. She talks about her experience and why masking is important to her. Full story: cbc.ca/1.6519600 @NightShiftMD
Barbara Old once went 30 years without going to a doctor. She had panic attacks just thinking about seeing a physician. Then one day, she discovered a lump in her breast and was forced to overcome her paralyzing fear. cbc.ca/1.6249468
Have you had a negative experience wearing a mask? If you're willing to share your experience, we'd love to hear about it. DM us or email your story to: [email protected] @NightShiftMD @cbcwhitecoat
Encore: @KilalaLelum health coop in Vcr’s Downtown Eastside merges Western medicine with cultural practices to help hard-to-reach patients. It uses an innovative mobile clinic that reaches people where they are. @NightShiftMD goes along for the ride. cbc.ca/1.6336565
#CBCTheDose: With balance, it’s use it or lose it. Lisa Hoffart @CSICalgary tells @NightShiftMD: "This is 100% part of your normal fitness routine." *Brush teeth standing on alt legs *Stand/walk at meetings *Cycle up hills *Do Yoga *Dance Listen: bit.ly/3npzQHZ
ER waits across Canada are at unprecedented levels, for both kids and adults. @NightShiftMD talks with Dr. Lindy Samson @CHEO and Dr. David Petrie @DalhousieU about the stresses...and the solutions. Have a listen: bit.ly/3bosFx5
#CBCTheDose: What do I need to know about IUDs? Dr. Renee Hall, Med Dir of Kelowna Gen Hospital's women’s services, shares the latest with @NightShiftMD, including: ☑️How they work ☑️Effectiveness ☑️Cost ☑️Pain control Listen here: bit.ly/3OasXpT
What to do about IUD insertion pain? Women we spoke with say doctors and HCWs need to do better.👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️@FionaMattatallll shares some strategies wit@NightShiftMDmd *Listen *Create Calm *Give patient power to stop *Sedationcbc.ca/1.64931087d
When I spoke to women who had IUDs inserted, many were told to take an Advil before insertion,while others were sedated. In part 2, we hear about research on effectiveness of pain💊 for IUD insertions & why there isn’t standardized pain control methods. bit.ly/3O9DlhOd
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After many stories about IUD pain, how gynecologists like @FionaMattatall are making the experience better. There’s no standardized pain control methods. But drs. can prepare expectations.✅ Set a calm environment.✅ bit.ly/3O9DlhO @NightShiftMD @StephSDubois
On #TheDoseCBC: What should I do when mask mandates are lifted? @deonandan tells @nighshiftmd bars & restos are still high risk. "This is all about duration." In and out = low probability of infection Staying hours = higher probability Hear more: bit.ly/3zH1B6s
Have you or someone you know recently waited at an emergency department for hours? If you're willing to share your experience, we'd love to hear about it for an upcoming episode on ER wait times. Email us or send us an audio clip to [email protected] Thank you.
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