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the idea of retirement is evolving as a large part of our population enters these years in better health than ever before.
Another critical reason pregnant women should stop smoking all together.
Family violence includes neglect as well as physical, sexual, emotional or financial abuse. Families need tools, support to make it stop.
Capital News columnist Paul Latimer says more investment in health care needed to deal with mental health issues.
Poverty is both a cause and effect of mental health problems
Many common assumptions about dementia are based on incorrect or misleading information.
Every person arrives in this world with a basic temperament that is unlikely to change much throughout life.
Capital News columnist Paul Latimer says statistics reveal that one in five students experience mental health concerns
Capital News colunnist Paul Latimer says many common assumptions about dementia are based on incorrect information.
Introverted children likely to remain that way throughout their life
When it comes to mental health, there is some paradoxical news about aging.
More to add to the already massive amount of evidence that smoking is bad for your health.
…there does seem to be a relationship between regular marijuana use during adolescence and psychotic symptoms that can persist.
Suicide and thoughts of suicide are not as uncommon as you may think.
In B.C., there are roughly 500 suicides carried out annually and one in 25 Canadians will attempt suicide in their lifetime.
Therapy in Kelowna: Unfortunately, suicide and thoughts of suicide are not as uncommon as you may think.
Capital News columnist cites study on impact of vitamin nicotinamide riboside to restore body's ability to regenerate and repair itself.
Pregnancy and the post-partum period are times when a woman is most vulnerable to develop or relapse into a mental illness
Columnist Paul Latimer says he was disappointed with the federal government's Bill C-14.
Two new medical studies are working at delaying or even reversing the aging process.