The Canadian 24 Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth are encouraging kids to sit less and move more, and a local gym is responding, offering youngsters access to exercise in a fun and engaging way. More on today's To Your Health.
It’s becoming what’s known as the "September asthma peak", Canadian researchers see a spike in hospitalization of children with asthma in September. Catherine Hansen has more on today’s To Your Health.
As students across District 57 prepare to head back to class this week, optometrists are urging parents to get their youngsters eyes tested. As Catherine Hansen tells us, an eye check is a good item to put on your back to school list.
There's an initiative underway hoping to get seniors to try new sports. The partnership between the city, engage sport north and community associations hopes to get those over 40 out and discovering new ways to move their bodies.
Nothing can cheer you like a visit with a pet, and a local program aims to bring joy and comfort to the sick, lonely or those who just need a friendly visit. On todays to your health we meet some furry companions who are bringing joy to others.
The wildfires in BC have provided smoke to the Central Interior over the past week, making it difficult for many to breathe. On Today’s To Your Health, Catherine Hansen has some tips on how to help you breathe a little easier.
The BC Coroners Service says drug overdoses are on the rise in the province, with over 1400 in 2017. A new program through St. John's Ambulance is targeting opioid overdoses by offering tools in the fight against the crisis.