If you’ve ever pressured your child’s doctor for a prescription for an infection, you’re not alone. Trouble is, not all infections are created equally, and i... -Dr. Scott Halperin
And to finish off the show we speak with Dr. Elizabeth Cummings about a long-awaited study which answers questions surrounding cow's milk and the development of type 1 diabetes. January 16, 3:00 p.m. 11:15 mark
A Halifax team followed more than 2,000 infants over the first decade of their lives, some even longer, to try and test their theory. -Dr. Elizabeth Cummings
The president of the Association of Nova Scotia Midwives says the nine midwives in Halifax, Bridgewater and Antigonish are overworked and don't come close to meeting the demand of expectant mothers.
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A new survey has revealed that over half of young Canadians who have ever consumed an energy drink have experienced negative health effects including rapid heartbeat, nausea, and in rare cases even se
Diabetes Canada is closing its summer camps for children with Type 1 diabetes in New Brunswick and P.E.I. and moving them to Nova Scotia.
Compared to women who didn’t breastfeed at all, mothers who nursed babies for at least six months were 48 per cent less likely to develop diabetes
A 30-year national study in the U.S. says women who breastfeeding for six months or longer seem to have a lower risk of developing diabetes.