CBC - Health Federal funding changes 'catastrophic' for people living with HIV: advocate 2016-10-24T09:00:00.000000Z People across Canada living with HIV feel abandoned by the federal government because of changes to the way the Public Health Agency of Canada funds the response to the virus, according to some organizations that provide support services. Concussions for regular people: yours vs. Sidney Crosby's 2016-10-23T21:41:17.000000Z When you're an average Canadian with a concussion, your experience can feel quite different from what you read about those of pro athletes. 180 producer Kathryn Marlow knows this personally, and set out to determine the relationship between concussions in sport and concussions in daily life. 'I can't go down without a fight': B.C. woman denied recognition as thalidomide survivor 2016-10-23T09:00:00.000000Z Joanne Jenkins was born with deformed hands, but the federal government wants proof from a doctor long since deceased that her birth mother took the drug thalidomide. Jehovah's Witnesses defend hospital visits that push for bloodless treatment 2016-10-22T21:00:00.000000Z Hospital visits by Jehovah's Witness elders, aimed at defending the right of members to refuse blood transfusions, are under scrutiny following the death of a 27-year-old Quebec woman who hemorrhaged earlier this month. Why harm reduction could help win the fight against fentanyl 2016-10-22T10:00:00.000000Z Dr. M-J Milloy, a research scientist with the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, says harm reduction efforts could be an important first line of defence in controlling the abuse of fentanyl and other opioids. If Big Tobacco sells e-cigarettes, they'll 'recruit a whole new generation' of smokers: Public Health Ontario 2016-10-22T09:00:00.000000Z If Ottawa lets Big Tobacco into the e-cigarette business it would be handing the industry the chance to hook teenagers on nicotine and turn them into lifelong customers, the chief executive officer of Public Health Ontario says. Soylent meal replacement bars recalled after illnesses reported 2016-10-22T00:37:50.000000Z Soylent meal replacement bars are being recalled after reports of illness, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Friday. Researchers uncover structure of marijuana receptor that makes humans 'high' 2016-10-21T20:03:37.000000Z Researchers have the clearest-ever picture of the receptor that gives humans the 'high' from marijuana, which could lead to a better understanding of how the drug affects humans. Infant found in critical condition in home with suspected fentanyl residue 2016-10-21T17:41:37.000000Z A child under 18 months old was taken to hospital in critical condition Tuesday night after being rescued from a North End Winnipeg home that contained what police suspect was fentanyl residue. Digital media recommendations for kids updated by U.S. doctors 2016-10-21T17:32:45.000000Z Parents encouraged to feel like media role models who can make decisions for their kids and help them recognize the risks and benefits of media use, U.S. pediatricians say.