Sunday House Call, #528, April 12, 2015: Ont Government squanders billions and children suffer Topics today include: Ontario Government’s squandering billions for nothing while children suffer, carpal tunnel syndrome, epipen use, and torn ankle ligaments.
Sunday House Call Shows
Sunday House Call, #527, April 5, 2015: Doctors who cannot look at their watch Topics today include:Waiting times to see your doctor, skipped heart beat, itchy rash, and pulmonary embolism.
Sunday House Call, #525, March 22, 2015 Topics today include: The word “natural” has no meaning when it comes to biochemistry. Your calls about antipsychotic medication doses and side effects, post viral coughing, bladder cancer prognosis, vitamin D levels, tinnitus, and cirrhosis of the liver.
Sunday House Call, #524, March 15, 2015 Topics today include:Are our generic medications doing what they should?, Your questions about problems swallowing large capsules,new onset of seeing squiggly lines in the left eye, itchy rash over arms and legs, and an inflammed/swollen leg.
Sunday House Call, #523, March 8, 2015 Topics today include :Doctors who refuse to provide services on moral grounds could face discipline under new Ontario policy, pneumonia, viral encephalitis, and increased levels of red blood cells.
Sunday House Call, #522, March 1, 2015 Topics today include: The vitamin industry has taken you for a ride and fed you misinformation to sell their products, a rash and flu-like symptoms, vitamin supplements, waking up startled, and a fall on the ice resulting in head trauma and internal bleeding.
Sunday House Call, #521, February 22, 2015 Topics today include:Measles, torn ligaments, new onset of shortness of breath on exertion, risperidone use in children, and treating dehydration after flu
Sunday House Call, #520, February 8, 2015 Topics today include:Measles outbreak and misinformation leading to harm, Raynaud’s phenomenon, arm pain after mastectomy, activation of autonomic nervous system, and nosebleeds.
Sunday House Call, #519, February 1, 2015 Topics today include: Measles outbrake, idiopathic neuropathy, dependent personality disorder, vitamin D over-hyped by manufacturers, and sciatica.
Sunday House Call, #518, January , 2015: Who Da Thunk It? Your Favourite Hollywood Celebrity is Also Your Doctor! In his new book, “Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything: When Celebrity Culture and Science Clash”, University of Alberta Professor Timothy Caulfield argues that celebrity culture has emerged as one of our society’s most pernicious […]