Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Even though we’ve seen a significant decrease in the number of newly reported cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia (therefore continuing to flatten the curve, which has allowed our province to slowly reopen in phases), people still have many...
When COVID-19 was first on our radar, only those who had become severely ill or individuals who were close contacts of those already diagnosed with the virus (such as family members or healthcare workers) were being tested for it...
While British Columbia’s state of emergency has been extended for another two weeks (and into the foreseeable future) along with social distancing measures also remaining in place (i.e. keeping your distance from others by at least 6 feet, no...
Spring is here and so is allergy season, but with COVID-19 also in full effect (and despite the decreased number of cases being reported in our province), this somewhat complicates things even further as many of the symptoms that...
If the numbers are any indicator (and judging by the new models that were recently released by the Ministry of Health this week), then all are pointing toward British Columbia continuing to flatten the COVID-19 curve, which is great...
Kids are very intuitive and observant – sometimes even more-so than adults. In fact, when something is wrong, they may even be the first ones to notice and point it out - and while many children do adapt well...
As a result of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, we as Canadians are going through unprecedented times, which can be challenging and even downright scary. Among some of the most common fears that Canadians have at this time is how...
Anxiety is one of the most common mental health concerns for both adults and children. For some, anxiety can be temporary experience that is based on different factors like relationship struggles (including family), or stress at work and/or school....
There has been a lot mentioned about the important and necessary precautions that we should all be taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These precautions have been mostly centered around hygiene, including washing your hands with soap and...
One of the biggest problems when it comes to outbreaks of certain illnesses and diseases is social media. While it can certainly be a good tool to get information from, it can also often run rampant with misinformation and...