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These are all issues that every citizen can relate to and some of them, if not addressed soon, could be the downfall of our province.
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"We don't know what's in those e-cigarettes," said the health minister.
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"They said if I kept making noise, they would drag me into the mental-health ward and diagnose me as having mental illness."
B.C. is home to the healthiest Canadian population.
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Call it what you want bad damage control or poor deflection, but one thing is certain: the Ministry of Health's attempts to put those 2012 firings behind them aren't working out so well.
TORONTO - A new threat is emerging in the outbreak of the respiratory illness enterovirus D68 — a small number of infected patients in Canada and the U.S. have developed polio-like symptoms.Health off...
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A new set of ads raising awareness for men's health are also raising some eyebrows. The Canadian Men's Health Foundation has launched a campaign called Don't Change Much that is meant to inform men th...
Since 2006, British Columbia has spent more than $1 billion to improve primary health care. So have B.C. patients benefited from such a massive investment? Sadly, it appears not.
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I feel our health care workers and health care system is doing the best it can with the limited resources and support services they have. I am not sure what the solutions are but I feel the status quo is not working. I have been thinking about my experience in the hospital emergency room for a while. How can the system improve so the services are there in a timely and efficient manner when the people need them?
There's an illusion that health care in Canada is free. It's not. Just because there isn't a bill for every visit or every treatment doesn't mean it's a free service. Every single treatment, procedure or prescription drug doesn't come with guaranteed coverage. A visit to Connect Health does come with a bill. But maybe it's time we start putting a value on our good health.
VANCOUVER - The association representing more than 16,000 health care workers in British Columbia has ratified a deal that gives members a 5.5 per cent wage increase over five years and additional inc...
Statistics show that obese children have an 80 per cent or higher probability of becoming obese adults. Adults who have unhealthy weights are at increased risk of heart disease, cancers, strokes and type 2 diabetes. In Canada, approximately 30 per cent of children and youth are either overweight or obese, that's up from 15 per cent in 1978. That's why efforts are underway across the province, including in your community, to help families live a healthy lifestyle
VANCOUVER - The number of severely addicted gamblers in British Columbia has more than doubled while the provincial government has taken in billions in gaming revenue, according to a new public health...