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PTSD in the hospital: Why the emotional scars of serious illnesses linger long after treatment

What happens when the health-care system that heals you also leaves behind long-lasting emotional scars?

'Every patient that could have been saved, we saved': ER doc who treated Las Vegas shooting victims

Dr. Kevin Menes' entire career seemed to lead to that trauma bay on Oct. 1, 2017, after Stephen Paddock opened fire from a window of a Las Vegas hotel room into a crowd at a country music festival.
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The case for decriminalizing drugs in Canada

Dr. Brian Goldman, host of CBC Radio's White Coat Black Art, explains the thinking behind calls from Toronto and Vancouver officials to treat drug use as a public health issue, rather than a criminal one.
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The case for decriminalizing drugs in Canada

Officials in Toronto and Vancouver say Canada should decriminalize possession of drugs for personal use. @NightshiftMD explains why.

She kept quiet for years. Now, this doctor is talking about her own disability

Dr. Paige Church decided to reveal that she has spina bifida because she thinks it's time medical culture became more accepting of physicians with disabilities.

'I may be old but I have feelings': Seniors tell us what it's really like to live in long-term care

Sharron Cooke and Devora Greenspon speak frankly about life in long-term residential care, from the loss of freedom to advocating for those who can't do it themselves.
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How this woman is overcoming her addiction to processed food

We reconnect with self-described food addict Annie Rosenberg to find out how her recovery is going, and the response she received after sharing her story.

Read this if you do shift work (for the good of your health)

Night shift workers face increased risk of obesity, diabetes and even cancer.

How safe is your medical device? Even regulators may not really know

Could your hip replacement hurt you? Journalist Jeanne Lenzer explores the medical device industry in her book, The Danger Within Us, and Dr. David Urbach tells us why Canada's device regulators should be doing a better job.
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Read this if you do shift work

Night shift workers face increased risk of obesity, diabetes and even cancer. @NightshiftMD says the problem has more to do with when you eat than when you sleep.
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When you eat — not when you sleep — may be the problem with shift work, study suggests

Dr. Brian Goldman, host of CBC's White Coat Black Art, says new research has important implications not only for shift workers, but also for late-night snackers.

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Seniors tell us what it's really like to live in long-term care

Sharron Cooke and Devora Greenspon speak frankly about life in long-term residential care, from the loss of freedom to advocating for those who can't do it themselves.
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Does your doctor think you're a 'difficult' patient?

What's the problem with being labelled by your doctor as a "difficult" patient? @NightshiftMD thinks it's an unfortunate label that may put your health at risk.
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Does your doctor think you're a 'difficult' patient?

Dr. Brian Goldman of CBC Radio's White Coat Black Art says that's an unfortunate label that can put people's health at risk.

Does your doctor think you're a 'difficult' patient?

Does your doctor think you’re a ‘difficult’ patient?

She kept quiet for years. Now this doctor is talking about her own disability

Dr. Paige Church decided to reveal that she has spina bifida because she thinks it's time medical culture became more accepting of physicians with disabilities.

'What happened was wrong': Why this doctor spoke up about her #MeToo experience

'What happened was wrong': Why this doctor spoke up about her #MeToo experience

'What happened was wrong': Why this doctor spoke up about her #MeToo experience

Dr. Kim Kelly describes going public about her #MeToo experience as a “career-defining moment.”

#Metoo in Medicine Part 2, Crisis of Care reaction, and food addiction, revisited

On our season finale, we bring you updates on a few of our favourite stories from the past few months.

'There was a lot of compassion': Catching up with recovered food addict Annie Rosenberg

We reconnect with self-described food addict Annie Rosenberg to find out how her recovery is going, and the response she received after sharing her story.

'What happened was wrong': Why this doctor spoke up about her #MeToo experience

Dr. Kim Kelly describes going public about her #MeToo experience as a “career-defining moment.”

Get ready for Lyme disease: what you need to know

Lyme disease is on the rise in Canada. We tell you what you need to know about it.
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Get ready for Lyme disease

Lyme disease is on the rise in Canada. @NightshiftMD tells you what you need to know about it.
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Lyme disease: What you need to know

The Public Health Agency of Canada says Lyme disease cases are on the rise.