Focusing our health-care system on treating problems before they arise makes medical and financial sense.
Researchers in UBC’s animal-welfare program tackle hard questions—like how much pain animals really feel.
Summertime has arrived, and the eating is easy.
Foreign-trained doctors are helping to staff our health system, but is it ethical to recruit from developing nations?
Some say the B.C. government has violated their human rights with its punitive social policies.
May 16 marked the second anniversary of the B.C. Liberals' 2005 win.
NDP MLA Adrian Dix, who has Type 1 diabetes, told the Georgia Straight that some health authorities, including Vancouver Coastal Health,
Cheryl Simpson candidly admits that she knew almost nothing about Type 1 diabetes a few years ago.
Why do so many men and women feel an irresistible urge to pursue and harass those who have no interest in them?
Victoria wants B.C. to have the highest education level in the country; a 102-page report points the way.
More students are going to college, but with tuition fees doubled since 2002 and grants scrapped, it’s a tough slog.
Vancouver has wooed the Mercury away from Seattle this year, becoming the 1,900-passenger ship's home port for the 2007 Alaska cruise sea