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Today BC pats itself on the back for progress its made on HIV/AIDS, but Vancouver’s ground-breaking work emerged from a crisis.
This field has traditionally focused on the work environment, health and wellness of employees, and the culture of a company, nonprofit group, or government body.
Causes of sexual dysfunction in women are complex, multifactorial, and often unclear.
The Light Up Purple campaign is one example—it was created to encourage a greater focus on mental health.
The film, which receives its Canadian premier October 7, takes viewers inside a network of underground healers, sharing news of a promising if controversial treatment for problematic drug use.
Burnaby resident Eileen Davidson was diagnosed at the age of 29.
The self-described conscious capitalist will soon be in Vancouver to speak at the International Cannabis Business Conference.
The cooperatives would function similar to buyers clubs of the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 1980s, letting members procure pharmaceutical opioids as safer alternatives to illegal drugs found the street.
The study's senior author was associate professor of psychology Frances Chen and the lead author was postdoctoral fellow Christine Anderl.
Five years into Vancouver's opioid epidemic, some groups say they're simply too burned out to put in the work that major advocacy campaigns require.
Measures include higher income assistance for residents and improved regulations to enhance public confidence.