By Nathan Skolski on August 24, 2017
Variations in blood flow, may be the method to pin down brain trauma
By Nathan Skolski on August 23, 2017
In the battle of the sexes, new UBC research suggests that men may be stronger physically but women have much greater muscle endurance than their male counterparts.
By Patty Wellborn on August 10, 2017
New UBC research shows that telemedicine dramatically improves access to quality medical care in small and rural BC communities—while saving time, money and travel risk for patients.
By Nathan Skolski on July 31, 2017
UBC Okanagan students have a new elective course to consider this fall, as the university introduces the HEAL 100 course on health and wellbeing.
By Nathan Skolski on July 27, 2017
Named for the three goals represented in the program—physical activity, healthy eating and teamwork—UBC’s HAT TRICK is back for its third period.
By Nathan Skolski on July 26, 2017
A new clinic model at Vernon Jubilee Hospital (VJH) in BC’s Okanagan region, has led to earlier diagnosis of gastrointestinal cancers while also reducing overtime staffing costs, a new UBC study shows.
By Christine Zeindler on June 14, 2017
Just one 30-minute bout of exercise makes women feel stronger and thinner, according to a new UBC study. And the positive effect lasts well beyond the activity itself, which may be good news for women concerned about their body image.
By Christine Zeindler on May 16, 2017
The evidence is clear. Physical activity is associated with a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease, says a panel of researchers and not-for-profit leaders, led by UBC’s Okanagan campus.