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Saanich Neighbourhood Place was established in 1993 as a non-judgmental place for families and individuals to go for support.

How to set healthy limits with yourself

Do you find yourself in a constant tug-of-war over stressful issues related to time, people and work? On top of these difficulties, you may have childcare issues, problems with an aging parent, or an unhappy spouse.

Late workers at risk for health issues

Blame Thomas Edison. The inventor of the light bulb, when you get right down to it, can shoulder the blame for some potentially frightening health possibilities facing 11 million workers.

Writing your own obituary

Leave your own mark on your life with help from an ObitKit

Tan patches sign of neurofibromatosis

Dear doctors: My daughter was diagnosed with a disease called neurofibromatosis. She has three daughters. One has it, and so does her three-year-old granddaughter. Her other two girls are OK.

Heart health linked to smoke-free laws

A decline in heart attacks in one Minnesota county appears to be linked to smoke-free workplace laws, according to a new report in Archives of Internal Medicine, a JAMA Network publication.

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When boomer retirements hit the road

When boomer retirements hit the road

Will the loss of thousands of commuters ease rush hours?

Esquimalt veteran served on ship with the phony doctor who inspired a Hollywood movie

HMCS Cayuga's most infamous Korean War veteran was the ship's doctor, who was neither Canadian nor a qualified physician. Ferdinand Waldo Demara was born in the U.S.