Wednesday October 24, 2012
The Ontario Medical Association wants graphic warning labels - similar to the kind found on cigarette packages - attached to pop cans and other junk foods.
Robyn speaks with one woman who has struggled with obesity and worries the labels will mean more bullying and harrasment of obese people. Then she turns to our Reality Bites columnist for his take on the need for graphic warnings.
Categories: Reality Bites
Monday July 16, 2012
The drug company Pfizer had claimed Centrum supplements could support bone, eye and colon health -- when in fact, there's no evidence they do.
A consumer health watchdog called Pfizer on this in the U-S.
Which raises the question: if it's misleading to push the health benefits of vitamins...Why do we take them?
Our Reality Bites columnist Dr. Yoni Freedhoff gives his two cents.