CBC - Health 'Dr. Fraud' gets a lot of job offers, and songs to save a life to 2017-03-26T12:00:00.000000Z Second Opinion is a vital dose of the week's news in health and medicine from reporter Kelly Crowe and CBC Health. Stopping a pandemic before it starts 2017-03-25T18:58:36.000000Z Scientists have pinpointed the genetic mutation that enabled the deadly H7N9 bird flu to spread to humans. Why this man had his colonoscopy broadcast live on the internet 2017-03-25T09:00:00.000000Z When Dan Logan’s gastroenterologist asked him to have his next colonoscopy broadcast live on Facebook, he agreed right away. His mother had died of colon cancer and he thought it was the “right thing to do.” Quebec considers broadening access to doctor-assisted death 2017-03-24T20:40:36.000000Z Quebec will consider broadening its criteria for doctor-assisted death, including the possibility of allowing patients with dementia to provide advance consent to end their lives, Health Minister Gaétan Barrette says. Should organ donor consent be assumed? N.L health minister not convinced 2017-03-24T18:46:37.000000Z Newfoundland and Labrador is looking at reforming how organ donation is done but the health minister says it's unlikely the province will adopt a system that assumes everyone is a donor unless they choose to opt out. Nuns model skillful ways to speak to ill seniors 2017-03-24T15:46:20.000000Z The sisters caring for cognitively impaired elderly nuns in a Midwestern convent spoke to their care recipients in a strikingly different way, linguistic anthropologist finds. Should First Nations 'social emergencies' receive the same response as natural disasters? 2017-03-24T10:00:00.000000Z Some First Nations have been in a state of emergency for years because of suicides now they say social emergencies require the same coordinated response as floods or forest fires. Here's how goggles can help brain-injury patients see the whole picture 2017-03-24T09:30:00.000000Z Following a brain injury, people can lose their ability to see the left side of the world, but with a special set of lenses developed by researchers at Dalhousie University, patients can train their brains to see both sides of the world. Nurse accused in seniors' deaths stated 'it wasn't accidental,' childhood friend says 2017-03-24T09:00:00.000000Z A childhood friend of accused killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer shares transcripts of their online chats in an exclusive interview with CBC's The Fifth Estate. 'We're gamers too,' says blind video gamer about accessibility in mainstream games 2017-03-23T21:52:13.000000Z Nintendo's Switch console came out earlier this month and now the party game 1-2 Switch is gaining a lot of attention for being accessible to blind and visually impaired gamers. Toronto blind gamer Steve Saylor is raising awareness that blind gamers can play mainstream games, too.