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BC Women’s is dedicated to improving the health of women, newborns and families through a comprehensive range of services, research & education. Privacy notice:
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Thinking about having a baby after age 35? Dr. Nicole Todd says: “There’s no time limit for wanting to choose to get pregnant or trying to get pregnant, to attempt a pregnancy.”
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VCH Research Apr 21
Dr. Lori Brotto 's informative interview with covers mindfulness, fulfilling sex, problematic social ideals & her new book:
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Prov Health Services Apr 19
A newborn baby can look healthy but still have a rare disorder. A simple blood test can identify babies who may have one of 24 treatable disorders. Learn more about Newborn Screening Program from :
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 18
Mother-baby bond is powerful & can even be seen in the animal world when Mama Calaya gave birth to Baby Moke.
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 18
Thanks to moms like Jenny Kan, sick babies across benefit from mother's milk.
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BCCDC Apr 18
In the first 10 months of 2016, the expansion of the Take-Home Naloxone program prevented 226 deaths in BC. Study:
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 17
Feminine hygiene products: to use or not to use? Dr. Chelsea Elwood says: "...moisturizers, anti-itch creams, wipes, douching, waxing as well as shaving, in particular, I encourage just to leave things alone down there."
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 16
"I immediately fell in love with the moms and the Fir Square team. That was eight years and 500 babies ago.” - Noel MacDonald on volunteering.
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Interior Health Apr 16
Do you work in health? Do you know how to respond to gender-based violence? Register now for a free, self-paced, online training course at
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 16
Replying to @Rachel_Brandt
Hi Rachel, can you dm us your contact info & we can get in touch?
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 12
Our team showing support for the community. Our thoughts are with you & we will remember the lives lost.
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BCCH Research Apr 11
It’s not every day that you get a visit from a patient that you worried might not make it. Last month, 8-year-old Isa Guerrero & his family paid a visit to Dr. Pascal Lavoie, investigator & neonatologist & Read more:
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 11
Some helpful info to help support when possible. Not all moms can successfully breastfeed & that's ok too.
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BCChildren'sHospital Apr 11
your child should follow an immunization schedule? Visit for info: . If you're coming to consider visiting our Family Immunization Clinic for routine immunizations:
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HealthyFamiliesBC Apr 11
A lot of new things happen during the of . What to expect:
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 10
New study links with polycystic ovary syndrome to be more likely to experience issues.
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 10
Congratulations for hitting those milestones! These little ones are so resilient and amazingly strong. Thanks for sharing!
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BC Women's Hospital Apr 9
We love seeing one of our grads doing so well! Baby Ruby was a 'micro-preemie' who is now thriving.
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BCCDC Apr 9
Marsha Taylor, epidemiologist, speaking with journalists about norovirus and raw BC oysters. See today's news release:
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