Sunday House Call, #507, October 19, 2014 Topics today include:An interview with Dan Gardner, award-winning author of Risk: The Science and Politics of Fear”. We discuss the fear that had been generated by media reporting of Ebola in North America and the political and public reaction. Should we be surprised by the reaction? What psychology […]
Sunday House Call Shows
Sunday House Call, #506, October 12, 2014 Topics today include:
Sunday House Call, #505, October 5, 2014 Topics today include:The focus on Ebola when the risk of transmission in North America is infinitesimal yet people ignore the increasing incidence of preventable whooping cough and measles. Your questions about shingles, ebola, and body itch.
Sunday House Call, #504, September 28, 2014 Topics today include:How not to treat people with mental illness on the bus, neuropathic pain management, leg cramps, and spinal infections.
Sunday House Call, #503, September 21, 2014 Topics today include: An interview with Allergist and Immunologist Dr Gordon Sussman on Chronic urticaria (hives) and new treatment options, your calls about hives and skin reactions, muscles cramps in the jaw and neck, and developing itch skin on the abdomen when running.
Sunday House Call, #502, September 14, 2014 Topics today include: Why do our bodies find it increasingly difficult to repair damaged tissue even from normal everyday stresses and strains? What happens to us when we age that prohibits effective healing? A team from the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute has published a study in […]
Sunday House Call, #501, September 7, 2014 Topics today include: Study shows all diet plans end up with the same result, cardiomyopathy, gallbladder polyps, colonoscopy sedation requirements for a patient with COPD, cerebellar ataxia, and post-operative skin numbness at the incision site.
Sunday House Call, #499, August 10, 2014
Sunday House Call, #498, August 3, 2014 Topics today include: The Lancet study concludes that blood thinners during pregnancy do not prevent blood clots in women at risk for them, questions about endoscopy, migraine treatments, prolia for osteoporosis, and dietary influences on bowel function.
Sunday House Call, #497, July 27, 2014; Pharmacogenomics arrives in Ottawa The Ottawa Hospital and the Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association (EORLA) announced this past week the opening of Ottawa’s first lab devoted to treating and studying the genetics of cancer. Dr. Bryan Lo, who most recently worked in the Department of Research at […]