From 1993-99, CBC's health-related magazine program.
Research has found that rabbits injected with dental plaque develop heart disease. Dr. Brian Goldman went to find out if what goes on in your mouth affects your entire body.
Kids and Vaccines
Parents are debating the question on whether to vaccinate their children. A movement suggests vaccines may be worse that the diseases themselves. It's making doctors worried.
How to beat the winter blues.
Bees have been used for therapeutic purposes since the glory days of ancient Greece. Folklore has it that the sting of the honeybee is good for arthritis. In the 1930s, a Vermont bee keeper wondered if it would work on other auto-immune diseases. Today, bee venom therapy is being used to attack the most intractable one of them all: Multiple Sclerosis.