CBC - Health Trudeau agrees to talk health care with premiers after Friday's climate meeting 2016-12-05T22:35:39.000000Z Premiers and territorial leaders will be invited to talk health care at a working dinner hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Friday night in Ottawa following the first ministers meeting on climate, CBC News has learned. Researchers uncover the existence of malaria 2,000 years ago during the Roman Empire 2016-12-05T20:31:11.000000Z A team of researchers at McMaster University has uncovered the existence of malaria 2,000 years ago at the height of the Roman Empire — changing scientists understanding of how the disease evolved and how widespread the parasite was. A Canadian urgent clinic just for cancer patients 2016-12-05T14:53:40.000000Z The best way to keep people with cancer out of the ER is to build a clinic just for them. So that's what they did in Winnipeg. B.C. front line workers struggling with emotional toll of the fentanyl crisis 2016-12-05T13:00:00.000000Z People working on the front lines of the fentanyl crisis in B.C. are struggling with the huge emotional toll of losing so many of their clients to drug overdoses. Confusion over SIDS, SUDI and an undetermined cause of death in infants 2016-12-05T13:00:00.000000Z A group of physicians who live and work in Nunavut and describe themselves as an advocate for patients released an explainer about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and how to help prevent it. To all the Canadian employers out there — just give people with disabilities a chance 2016-12-05T10:00:00.000000Z People with disabilities bring a lot to the table and do the job just as well as anyone else. We just need a chance to prove ourselves. A physician killed, her neurosurgeon husband charged with murder: 'How could this all happen?' 2016-12-04T23:25:49.000000Z Friends, colleagues, and patients are grappling with the death of Toronto family doctor Elana Fric-Shamji and the murder charges now laid against her husband, neurosurgeon Mohammed Shamji, who'd posted about his years of "married bliss" on Twitter. Whitehorse artist turns off 'dark, winter blues' with new light sculpture 2016-12-03T17:19:36.000000Z Emma Barr opens up her biggest art exhibit to date and unveils her newest art invention that can be used to help combat depression. Ottawa discusses a national drug plan and a large HIV vaccine trial gets underway: CBC's Health Newsletter 2016-12-03T12:58:14.000000Z Second Opinion is a vital dose of the week's news in health and medicine, from reporter Kelly Crowe and CBC Health. Reporter's Notebook: Muzzled nurses limit coverage of First Nations health 2016-12-03T12:00:00.000000Z Some federal agencies are cautious about talking to the media — so much so that they make journalists jump through hoops to get answers to even simple questions.