Research out of UBC Okanagan is looking at new ways to increase physical activity among women with breast cancer following treatment.
The inhalation of crumb rubber, which is used as infill in artificial-turf fields, may be linked to cases of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
One year after VPD chief Jim Chu made a public call for help on mental health, the Straight began a six-part series that explores the city's struggle to care for some of its most vulnerable and marginalized citizens.
The Wellness Show looks at everything from healthy eating to xenoestrogens.
B.C. health innovations accelerated by university hubs.
Vancouver-based Take a Hike Youth at Risk Foundation looks to expand outdoor education program across Canada.
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Vancouver’s Options for Sexual Health honours Washington sexuality educator and youth advocate.
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