By Matthew Grant on December 8, 2016
Cultural adaptations in juvenile justice may not be working
By Matthew Grant on November 25, 2016
A new partnership established by UBC researchers may lead to a more targeted approach to children’s health and well-being, and the specific health risks children face in the Southern Interior.
By Matthew Grant on November 22, 2016
Health-care professionals are hesitant to administer the flu vaccine to pregnant women, despite the potential life-saving benefits, according to a UBC study.
By Matthew Grant on October 25, 2016
Fifty per cent of statements made by smokers during counselling sessions designed to help them stop have nothing to do with quitting, a UBC study has found.
By Matthew Grant on October 20, 2016
Listening to music may make it easier for people to adopt short duration exercise regimens that could help them stay in shape, according to researchers at UBC’s Okanagan campus.
By Matthew Grant on October 7, 2016
Ever wonder if gratitude can enhance feelings of well-being? Can gratitude interventions enhance work or community situations? What are the barriers to sustaining a state of gratitude?
By Matthew Grant on September 29, 2016
When fitness apps include personal touches such as individualized goals and contact with a ‘real live trainer’, users tend to exercise more consistently, a UBC study concludes.
By Matthew Grant on September 12, 2016
If Canadian parents are going to get their kids to exercise more, they need more than just public awareness campaigns.
By Matthew Grant on August 2, 2016
Risky business: Seniors don’t acknowledge post-hospitalization vulnerability
By Matthew Grant on June 23, 2016
The conscious part of the human brain is actually more in tune with body parts that are not moving, UBC research shows.