January 17, 2020

 
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Health & Fitness

 
 
January 17th
Thailand has found a second case of a new Chinese coronavirus, a 74-year-old woman from China's central city of Wuhan.
January 17th
Nearly 200 B.C. paramedics commute from places like Vancouver Island and the Okanagan every four days to get to their full-time jobs on the Lower Mainland.
January 17th
As anti-vaccination misinformation continues to persist online, an undercover Marketplace investigation provides a rare glimpse into inner workings of the movement.
January 17th
Dalhousie University professor Matthew Herder accessed hundreds of government documents to find out what really happened as Canadian scientists tried for years to get the pharmaceutical industry interested in their discovery of an Ebola vaccine.
January 16th
The office of B.C.'s attorney general has appointed one of the country's top defence lawyers to probe the conduct of prosecutors involved in a second-degree murder charge laid against a babysitter in 2011.
January 17th
Backed by the scientists in the labs of the Good Housekeeping Institute, these small daily tasks all add up to a big shake up in life.
January 17th
Also known as Irish moss, this immune-booster can help with everything from digestion to emotional health.
January 15th
Surprisingly, it's not always a salad that has the lowest calories.
January 15th
And why she's so much more than a number on a scale.
January 14th
It won't detox your body, nor does it have weight-loss superpowers.