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David Swanson | Chis Wark was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer six years ago. He beat it using natural and nutritional treatments.
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Gideon Forman | There's a simple measure Manitobans can take to reduce their risk of cancer: urge the province to ban lawn and garden pesticides this spring.
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Krystle Alarcon | Locals living close to oil and gas projects in Alberta are not surprised a recent study found that chemicals in the air cause blood-related cancers.
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Meagan Perry, Matthew Adams | Halloween is a time where we can, with good friends around, face some of our fears. In this episode we will hear some scary stuff. Don't worry though, we haven't forgotten the treat.
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Redeye Collective | A recent article examines why deaths from infectious diseases have dropped so dramatically. It says it’s less to do with medicine and more to do with better living and working conditions for workers.
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The F Word | Ariana Barer speaks with internationally bestselling author of The Vagina Monologues, founder of V Day, and award-winning playwright Eve Ensler about her new book, In the Body of the World.
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Lynn Thompson | Mountaineer Alan Hobson has experience with both inner and outer mountains. In retrospect, what he learned in climbing Mount Everest was a warm-up to his climb back from cancer.
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Humberto DaSilva | Jonna's Body, Please Hold was the premiere film of the Breast Fest Film Festival. In many ways it was the perfect start to a festival with the objective of drawing attention to breast cancer.
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David Suzuki | Our bodies have powerful ways to ward off illness and infection so we can live long and healthy lives. But we defeat those defences when we harm the environment.
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Dr Helen Caldicott | This week, Dr. Helen Caldicott talks with nuclear energy consultant Arnie Gundersen, from Fairewinds Associates, about the ongoing situation at the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan.
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The F Word | Meghan Murphy hosts part one of a series on the medicalization of sex. This episode explores sex as a health-promoting activity and features a talk by Judy Segal and an interview with Kristina Gupta.
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Nicola Ross, Mark Brooks, Janet Kimantas, Sandra Steingraber, Greg Herriot | We discuss environmental education with Janet Kimantas, the link between fossil fuels and cancer with environmental activist Sandra Steingraber, and speak with hemp hero Greg Herriot.