CBC - Health Giving science away for free and a primer on health-care negotiations 2016-12-10T14:00:00.000000Z Second Opinion is a vital dose of the week's news in health and medicine, from reporter Kelly Crowe and CBC Health. Asbestos ban to be announced by federal government next week 2016-12-09T22:27:23.000000Z The federal government plans to announce a comprehensive ban on asbestos in Canada next week, CBC News has learned. The patent trap? Open science advocates want CRISPR technology to be free 2016-12-09T18:39:19.000000Z Should two U.S. universities be fighting to privatize one of the most important scientific discoveries in history? Canadian open science advocates say no. The Canadian military is issuing a malaria drug that can produce anxiety, paranoia and psychotic behaviour 2016-12-09T17:12:18.000000Z When Canadian soldiers deploy on an upcoming peacekeeping mission in Africa, some of them may be taking an anti-Malaria drug called mefloquine. Soldiers who have taken it before say they experienced paranoia, hallucinations and psychotic behaviour. Health Canada says the effects can last for years. ... Florida lifts Zika infection zone in Miami Beach 2016-12-09T16:24:28.000000Z All areas in Florida cleared of active Zika transmission, governor declares Go to your room! 3 common timeout mistakes by parents and how to do it better 2016-12-09T16:17:53.000000Z Parents often turn to timeouts to set their children straight, but most don't understand how to use the disciplinary tool effectively, child psychologists and pediatricians say. Why a wheelchair ramp and wide doors could turn your house into a hot property 2016-12-09T10:00:00.000000Z Forget fireplaces, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances - soon hot properties listings could also prominently feature wheelchair ramps or other accessible design elements. 6 ex-pharma executives arrested in U.S. in fentanyl bribe case 2016-12-08T19:13:55.000000Z Former executives of Insys Therapeutics arrested on federal charges in U.S. of conspiring to bribe doctors to prescribe a prescription version of the potent opioid fentanyl. Canadians with traumatic brain injuries more likely to go to prison 2016-12-08T18:24:22.000000Z Men and women who suffered traumatic brain injuries had more than twice the risk of winding up in a federal prison in Canada as their uninjured peers, a new study shows. Youth vaping a public health threat: U.S. Surgeon General 2016-12-08T14:55:57.000000Z The U.S. surgeon general is calling e-cigarettes an emerging public health threat to youth.