The Princeton University molecular biologist has figured out that these tiny organisms communicate with one another, a finding that could have far-reaching implications.
Honour House provides a home away from home—for free—for police officers, firefighters, paramedics, sheriffs, border guards, search-and-rescue workers, coast guard members, corrections officers, and their family members in times of medical need.
LifeBooster, Nanozen Industries, and Vandrico Solutions are developing products for use in mining and other industries.
Before Grand Chief Doug Kelly embarked on a wellness challenge with other B.C. First Nations leaders in April 2013, he was “failing” his annual physical exams.
Our spotlight on healthy living looks at everything from horticultural therapy and fitness for baby boomers to the way the wired world is reshaping our minds.
The Vancouver clinician relies on electroencephalography to track the effects of computers, cellphones, video games, and social media.
The Continuing Legal Education Society of B.C. will host the event at the Pan Pacific Hotel on May 29.
A growing trend in the fitness industry is a focus on training and working with older adults.
Although his speech is barely audible, the North Vancouver man conveys a message that rings loud and clear.
Therapeutic gardens boost mental and physical health.