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The B.C. Centre on Substance Use has assembled a team that’s positioning Vancouver as a global force in investigating mind-altering drugs for the treatment of addiction and mental disorders.
In B.C., we are fortunate to have some of the best-trained massage therapists in the world.
Experts from Vancouver's annual Wellness Show predict the superfoods that will see a spike in diets this year.
Long lauded by the Japanese, the plant does wonders for the skin by healing, moisturizing, and exfoliating complexions.
Public-health-data nerds, as well as physicians and patients, have a new online tool to play with.
What the researchers discovered was related to the exclusion of LGBT issues from healthcare and education.
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Much of the effort to date has focused on Health Minister Adrian Dix but the time has come to cast the net wider.
The former NDP premier of Saskatchewan often said that people should be able to get whatever health services they require irrespective of their individual capacity to pay.
Private security guards at B.C. hospitals are responding to violent incidents more frequently, according to statistics obtained under freedom-of-information legislation.
There's also plenty of high-altitude hedonistic dining opportunities for B.C. epicureans.
In a wide-ranging interview, B.C.'s first minister of mental health and addictions reflected on what she's learned from responders on the front lines
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As bad as the fentanyl crisis is these days, more people are still getting clean and sober than are dying from overdoses—and here's how they're doing it.
October is Massage Therapy Month in Canada.
Dr. Danuta Skowronski says you don’t want to be the one to have transmitted the virus to your vulnerable loved one or the person in your care.
When John De Villa experienced his first grand mal seizure at age 44, doctors couldn’t tell him what had caused it.
Here are just a few places around Vancouver that manage to serve healthy fats in tantalizing ways.
From charcoal-spiked carbs to matcha everything, we break down the good, the bad, and what lives up to the Internet hype.
As the worst overdose epidemic in Vancouver's history continues, some addicts desperate for a path off opioids are finding relief in a plant from Malaysia.
The fitness fanatic is bringing a new, sweaty workout to the masses.
With Hannah Stone Originals, Hannah Stone is showing the world that black isn't the only option when it comes to yoga pants.