CBC - Health 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. Re-thinking Canada's Food Guide 'a tall order', but P.E.I. dietitians have suggestions 2017-02-22T10:00:02.000000Z It's time for improvements to Canada's Food Guide, and P.E.I. registered dietitiana say that should include a tech-savvy upgrade. Do we still need 3 square meals a day or is all-day breakfast the new normal? 2017-02-22T10:00:00.000000Z Meal times and eating habits are changing across Canada, driven in part by fast-paced lifestyles, along with a force that is influencing so much else: the millennial generation and how they want to live. And two fast-food restaurants are taking notice, rolling out all-day breakfast across the countr... Sask. mom speaks out after boy, 12, severely burned having cast removed 2017-02-22T00:34:30.000000Z A Saskatchewan mother is speaking out after her 12-year-old son received severe burns while having a cast removed at a rural clinic. Ontario teacher faces discipline for allegedly telling students they 'could die' from vaccination 2017-02-21T21:11:45.000000Z A southern Ontario high school teacher allegedly tried to scare his students into not getting vaccinated for polio, diphtheria and other diseases, a discipline panel of the Ontario College of Teachers heard on Tuesday. Exercise, keeping weight down help prevent breast cancer recurrence, review finds 2017-02-21T17:00:00.000000Z Exercise and avoiding weight gain are the best lifestyle changes to avoid a recurrence of breast cancer, a new Canadian review suggests. Why these 2 small towns in southern Alberta have vastly different vaccination rates 2017-02-21T12:30:00.000000Z Erin Henderson's kids are among a minority in and around Fort Macleod — they've been immunized against polio. The southern Alberta town ranks nearly dead last in rates of childhood immunization in Alberta — but Pincher Creek, just down the road, has one of the highest. 'She was actually burning from it,' Manitoba mom says about toddler's cast removal 2017-02-21T11:00:00.000000Z A mother from Sandy Bay First Nation in Manitoba is worried her two-year-old daughter may be scarred for life after a cast removal at Portage District General Hospital left her arm covered in burns and the child terrified of strangers. U.S. teen suicide attempts fell as same-sex marriage became legal 2017-02-20T21:01:59.000000Z Teen suicide attempts in the U.S. declined after same-sex marriage became legal and the biggest impact was among gay, lesbian and bisexual kids, a study has found. Fish still healthy, but study suggests species with more mercury may be linked to ALS 2017-02-20T21:00:00.000000Z Eating fish and seafood with high levels of mercury may be linked to a higher risk of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), according to new research.