Second Opinion is a vital dose of the week's news in health and medicine from reporter Kelly Crowe and CBC Health.
Retailers are trying to combat shoppers' longstanding reluctance to buy clothing online. Because most people want to try on garments before buying, a slew of new technologies is aimed at giving consumers more confidence to jump in.
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Imagine one day fuelling your car with iron powder, rather than gasoline. That's the goal of some Canadian scientists who hope that metal will one day provide a cleaner, greener alternative for our cars and other vehicles.
For decades historians and hockey nerds have debated where and when the NHL's first puck was dropped. A new discovery finally sheds light on the answer.
Concussions and high impact sports seem to go hand in hand, and now a new study of pro hockey players conducted in Toronto shows that head trauma can lead to an elevated rate of psychiatric disorders.
No other NHL team has received the sort of critical contribution as the Toronto Maple Leafs have from their freshmen, but at the end of the day, it must also be stated, Toronto would not have made the playoffs without the monumental performance of goaltender Frederik Andersen.
Maple Leafs defenceman Roman Polak was forced to exit Game 2 against the Capitals and will miss the remainder of the season according to coach Mike Babcock.
If players can't publicly ask for a trade, management shouldn't be able to encourage one. That was the message from the National Basketball Players Association to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver following New York Knicks President Phil Jackson's comments regarding Carmelo Anthony.
Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher hopes he and his linemates can carry their momentum over to Game 3 against the New York Rangers.