The College of Chiropractors of B.C. is prepared to crack down on practitioners who continue to spread false messages of hope to prospective patients.
What many people don’t realize is that the safety of all road users also improves when more people choose two wheels—as cities experience a decrease in traffic crashes, serious injuries, and deaths.
Five British Columbians have been affected by E. coli infections between August and October.
This Wednesday (November 14), the city is giving out free passes for Vancouver swimming pools, ice rinks, and fitness centres operated by
Vancouver's park board and Diabetes Canada are teaming up to offer free diabetes-risk assessments at city community centres next week.
High psychopathy scores were associated with more frequent use of swear words and interpersonal manipulation in emails and SMS messages and on Facebook.
The "unfiltered" beverages allegedly promote improved brain function, weight loss, and younger looking skin.
B.C.'s epidemic of drug-overdose deaths is now so severe that illicit narcotics are single-handedly responsible for dragging down the average lifespan for the population of the entire province.
The College of Family Physicians of Canada has named a Downtown Eastside doctor as one of its 2018 family physicians of the year.
Dr. Michael Klein has been one of the country's most vehement defenders of medicare.
Registered massage therapist Grace Dedinsky-Rutherford finds her greatest satisfaction in helping others
Speaking to your children early and often about the hazards of cannabis is key to creating awareness.
The rise of technology, startup-accelerator guru Todd Embley believes, is the root cause of a lot of the world’s problems.
In Building the Cycling City: The Dutch Blueprint for Urban Vitality, Chris and Melissa Bruntlett note that the Netherlands has the world’s lowest rate of biking-related head injuries.
It’s not a secret that Vancouver is one of the most health-conscious cities in the country—we’re often identified as a yoga-forward, hike
Advocates worry that federal cannabis policies focus too much on recreational users.
Amanda Page Brown completed her training to become an end-of-life doula last November and now is trying to secure funding to work full time as a death doula in the area of Vancouver hit hardest by Canada's overdose crisis.
A recall on Abbott brand products issued a few weeks ago has since expanded.
No one can fault parents for making every attempt imaginable to help a child who has become addicted to drugs, but some efforts have a risk of unintended consequences, a new paper cautions.
Don't let the name fool you: the class of designer drugs often referred to as K2 or spice are significantly more problematic than good-old-fashioned marijuana.