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Provincial Health Services Authority of BC. Health news and resources for all British Columbians.
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Prov Health Services 49m
Concerned about your child's behaviour? of can help:
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Looking for the ultimate pay-it-forward? Why not learn and download the app from ? You could help save lives!
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Mobile Medical Unit 9h
Collaboration is key whenever we go on deployment. Site leadership, stakeholders, and agencies are all involved with planning a customized education course. Check out what types of education we can offer:
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BCCDC 8h
New research: Teen girls did not engage in riskier sexual behaviour after introduction of HPV vaccination program in B.C. schools
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Colon cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed forms of cancer, affecting 1 in 6 people in . Screening can detect the early warning signs of colon cancer and save your life. Learn more:
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BC Renal Agency 8h
BC providers give time, energy & creativity to a range of committees addressing challenges of . We’ll get to hear a number of updates at BC Kidney Days on Nov 1! Learn more:
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BCCDC Oct 19
Listen: unpacks the overdose crisis in B.C. with To learn more about the issues, here is the report Dr. Tyndall references at the end of the podcast:
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As of Oct. 17th, non-medical cannabis is legal in Canada. Get the facts on the laws and regulations that will help keep British Columbians safe:
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BC Cancer Oct 19
Have you registered for the BC Cancer Summit? Come to Vancouver November 23-24 for valuable education, professional development & networking for clinical/administrative professionals & leaders.
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BCCDC Oct 18
Talk to adolescents about . If they are using, here are some tips: - Use only a small amount - Don’t mix with other drugs - Let parents know about any unpleasant effects More info here: via
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Prov Health Services Oct 21
Is your child sick? Use HealthLinkBC symptom checker or call 811 to find out if you should see your doc or go to ER:
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Prov Health Services Oct 21
"It is important to remember that the level of risk related to cannabis use differs from person to person and depends on much more than the properties of the drug itself."
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Prov Health Services Oct 21
Parents fear not. Since the intro of , teen girls in have shown to make safer sex choices.
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Prov Health Services Oct 21
DYK has a new, redesigned website? Check it out today:
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Prov Health Services Oct 20
Play it safe: Don’t eat urban mushrooms. Be on the lookout for poisonous death cap mushrooms in your city. Follow for more.
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Prov Health Services Oct 20
Trained in ? Download the app for alerts, and help victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Learn more from :
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Prov Health Services Oct 20
Has a health care professional made a difference in your life or the life of one of your loved ones? Now you can and let them know!
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Prov Health Services Oct 20
More B.C. women are due for their than ever before: join the Mammolanche and get screened
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Prov Health Services Oct 19
Need advice? Call 8-1-1 anytime, day or night, every day of the year, to speak to a registered .
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BCCDC Oct 18
: It can take over an hour to feel the effects of edibles? Don’t consume more until you start to feel the effects.
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