When 18-year-old Jastej Kaur Sidhu went to donate blood for the first time, she was a bit nervous.
When Lilian Camey was in her late twenties preparing to start a family, celiac disease wasn’t anywhere on her radar.
Nearly 430,000 British Columbians with a Bachelor’s degree were employed in 2012.
Recent research findings have pointed the way to earlier diagnosis and better treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), but cultural views may cause delays for patients and their families seeking professional help.
The difficulties inherent in language acquisition and in adjusting to a new culture may overshadow an underlying learning disability in ESL high school students.