CBC - Health Mumps makes a comeback in Canada and the U.S. 2017-02-23T23:49:42.000000Z Public health officials in several provinces are telling young adults to check if they need vaccination boosters against mumps as cases mount. Depression top cause of disability, WHO says 2017-02-23T23:18:54.000000Z Globally, more than 300 million people of all ages suffer from depression, the World Health Organization says in a campaign to tackle stigma and misperceptions. The truth about fat: the body's least understood organ 2017-02-23T19:33:59.000000Z Body fat is obsessed over but how well do we understand it? Biochemist Sylvia Tara went on a quest to learn about the fat she'd been battling all her life and shares her findings in The Secret Life of Fat. 'Such courage': How one First Nation is fighting opioid addiction 2017-02-23T10:00:00.000000Z People in Eabametoong First Nation say government-provided drug counselling isn't enough to keep the opioid addiction crisis plaguing their northern Ontario community at bay. That's why residents have largely taken the fight on themselves. 'It's a silent disease': Popular heartburn drugs linked to kidney damage 2017-02-22T22:31:42.000000Z Popular heartburn medications taken by millions of Canadians could lead to long-term kidney damage without any warning, a new study suggests. Health Canada approves sale of irradiated ground beef, says can reduce bacteria 2017-02-22T21:50:28.000000Z The federal government has approved the sale of ground beef that has been treated with radiant energy similar to X-rays. SodaStream recalls bottles that could burst and cause injury 2017-02-22T21:03:47.000000Z SodaStream Canada has recalled some one-litre bottles because consumers could be injured if the vessels rupture. Why life expectancy in Canada, other countries is reaching 'breathtaking' levels 2017-02-22T19:21:48.000000Z Canadians born in 2030 will live longer by a few years — to age 84 for a man and 87 for a woman — than the preceding generation, according to a U.K. study that projects life expectancies in 35 industrialized countries will continue to climb. Hate the gym? History explains why the treadmill can feel like torture 2017-02-22T18:53:13.000000Z If you dread the gym, it might not surprise you that the treadmill was originally a device used to punish prison inmates. As the treadmill turns 200, The Current looks at how far we've really moved away from the idea of exercise as punishment. Ontario teacher who told students they 'could die' from vaccines found guilty of professional misconduct 2017-02-22T18:42:03.000000Z An Ontario high school teacher who disrupted an immunization clinic and discouraged students from getting vaccinated has been found guilty of professional misconduct, the Ontario College of Teachers has ruled.