St. Paul’s Hospital

Plans for new St. Paul’s Hospital in False Creek Flats revealed

The formal rezoning application for the new St. Paul’s Hospital campus in the False Creek Flats has been filed, offering more detail on plans for the 18.4-acre site.

Network with change makers at the St. Paul's Future Leaders reception (St. Paul's Foundation)

The Future of BC Speaker Series will take place on September 19 at the McCarthy Tetrault private rooftop Patio. The event will give guests the opportunity to learn first-hand about St. Paul’s Hospital’s world-leading addiction and medicine program.

420 Vancouver organizers report they've settled city bills for 2018, mostly (St. Paul's Hospital)

A lead organizer of Vancouver's annual 420 festival and protest has said he's settled the event's bills for 2018.

Fentanyl overdose survivors require little if any hospital treatment (SPH)

Most fentanyl overdose survivors, if given the antidote promptly, don't need prolonged hospital treatment, according to a study by University of British Columbia physicians.

B.C.’s opioid crisis is touching fathers, co-workers, friends, and many others you know (Nancy Chow)

When people think of the opioid crisis, they often think of the Downtown Eastside

Just how bad is all that sugar for your heart? (Dr. Scott Lear)

Still nibbling Valentine's Day goodies? Munching packaged cereals, pancakes or muffins for breakfast? Enjoying a lunch of processed meats and bread, sweetened pasta sauce, or even a salad drenched in dressing?

National Addictions Awareness Week: battling addiction (Dr. Seonaid Nolan)

This week is National Addictions Awareness Week. Dr. Seonaid Nolan, a St. Paul’s Hospital addictions physician, joins Global News Morning to talk about why it’s important to raise awareness this week.

Lights of Hope celebration includes fireworks, choirs, hot chocolate

The public is invited to celebrate the return of the Lights of Hope to St. Paul’s Hospital this Thursday, Nov. 16, which includes the lighting of more than 200 stars and 100,000 sparkling lights spanning the equivelant of 10 kilometres.

These foods will lower your risk of heart disease (Karen Mornin)

Low-fat or low-carb? Butter or margarine? Avocado oil or coconut oil? Bombarded with contradictory media reports on the ever-changing landscape of nutrition research, it’s difficult for anyone to know which fats and other foods they should eat, and in what quantities.

B.C. doctor says Canadian-led heart valve surgery will ‘blow people’s minds’ (Dr. David Wood)

A Vancouver cardiologist has presented details of a revolutionary heart valve surgery to thousands of doctors from around the world and says the minimally invasive procedure will “blow people's minds.”

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