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July 31 - Shira Goldenberg
Return of Medical Services Plan 90-day wait comes under fire - Times Colonist

July 21 - Natalie Kinloch
SFU Researchers Working to Improve Covid-19 Testing - T-Net

July 21 - Donald MacPherson
Premier pushes feds to decriminalize drugs - City Vancouver (CKVU)

July 20 - Krista Stelkia
Complaint into how RCMP handled manhunt for teen killers is with oversight body - THE STAR

July 12 - Kelley Lee
The WHO’s bungled handling of Covid-19 crisis - The Business Standard

July 9 - Kelley Lee
WHO Allows for Coronavirus Transmission by Tiny Air Particles, Before Symptoms - Wall Street Journal

July 9 - Kelley Lee
Pandemic failure or convenient scapegoat: How did WHO get here? - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

July 8 - Kelley Lee
(DU) US definitively leaves the WHO, "very bad timing" News Hour - Dutch Public Television

July 8 - Kelley Lee
Trump Administration Withdraws from the World Health Organization - KQED Public Media for Northern California

July 8 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Vancouver’s allergy season is heating up due to climate change - The Georgia Straight

July 7 - Kelley Lee
Is the Coronavirus Killing the World Health Organization? - New York Times

July 7 - Kelley Lee
Is the Coronavirus Killing the World Health Organization? - Inter News Cast

July 4 - Shira Goldenberg
Opinion: We need to ensure universal health care includes migrant workers during and beyond COVID-19 - The Province

July 1 - Scott Lear
(FR) Depression can have a significant impact on the heart - Yahoo News (FR)

July 1 - Bruce Lanphear
New US limit on lead dust not what the doctor ordered - Chemical & Engineering News

July 1 - Arun Kumar Garg
Dr. Arun Kumar Garg: Half a century of outstanding service at Royal Columbian Hospital - The Indo-Canadian Voice

July 1 - Ralph Pantophlet 
The Vancouver Company Turning Blood into a COVID Treatment: A Tyee Video - The Tyee

June 30 - Kelley Lee
WHO’S PANDEMIC IS IT, ANYWAY? - America Dissected Podcast

June 30 - Kelley Lee
Evaluating criticism of WHO - wrongdoer or scapegoat? - World Insight, CGTN (China)

June 29 - Tania Bubela
The Ethics and Legalities Surrounding Finding a Vaccine - CJWW Radio

June 26 - Kelley Lee
Can the EU assume the mantle of global leadership? - World Economic Forum

June 25 - Bohdan Nosyk
UBC receives $14 million in federal funding for COVID-19 research - Mirage News

June 24 - Kelley Lee
(DU) Corona: The future of the WHO, A toothless tiger - Da Groene Amsterdammer (Netherlands)

June 23 - Krista Stelkia
About RCMP oversight - Squamish Chief

June 23 - Travis Salway
Destructive impacts of conversion therapy (PART I) - Talk Radio AM640 (CFMJ) 

June 23 - Travis Salway
Destructive impacts of conversion therapy (PART II) - Talk Radio AM640 (CFMJ) 

June 22 - Travis Salway
(FR) Study suggests conversion therapies still claim victims in Canada - ICI Radio-Canada.ca 

June 22 - Travis Salway
Conversion therapy ban - CBC Vancouver (CBUT) 

June 22 - Travis Salway
Research indicates attempts to repress sexuality, gender identity, are still widespread in Canada - CBC News 

June 21 - Kate Hosford
Kate Hosford: Prioritize pedestrian safety near bus stops - The Province

June 18 - Scott Lear
New Study Highlights How Depression and Heart Health May Be Linked - The Mighty 

June 17 - Donald MacPherson
Pandemic has hit hard for B.C.'s opioid crisis: Canadian Drug Policy Coalition - BNN Bloomberg

June 16 - Scott Lear
Study finds depression linked to greater risk of heart disease - Yahoo News US 

June 15 - Donald MacPherson
B.C. records highest number of fatal overdoses in May (PART I) - CBC Radio One 1400AM (CBG)

June 15 - Donald MacPherson
B.C. records highest number of fatal overdoses in May (PART II) - CBC Radio One 1400AM (CBG)

June 12 - Bruce Lanphear
EPA Scientist Testifies Animal Studies Point To Fluoride Risks - Law360

June 11 - Donald MacPherson
B.C. records highest number of fatal overdoses in May - CBC Radio One 1230AM (CFFB)

June 11 - Krista Stelkia
Addressing systemic racism (PART I) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

June 11 - Krista Stelkia
Addressing systemic racism (PART II) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

May 29 - Kelley Lee
Coronavirus: Who is the loser in US-WHO rift? Global Health - India International Times

May 28 - Kelley Lee
Specialist: U.S. government wasted crucial time in COVID-19 battle - CGTN

May 27 - Kelley Lee
What the growing rift between the US and WHO means for COVID-19 and global health - Nature

May 27 - Kelley Lee
Listen: It’s a Small World Health Organization - The Atlantic

May 26 - Travis Salway
To end conversion therapy, we must understand what it actually means - The Globe and Mail  

May 26 - Julia Smith
SFU researcher co-leads international team that examines the impact of COVID-19 on gender - The Peak

May 26 - Julia Smith
CNN mocked for claiming women are 'bearing the brunt' of pandemic - Fox News  

May 26 - Julia Smith
Coronavirus Results in More Male Deaths, yet Affect Women with other Consequences - The Science Times 

May 25 - Julia Smith
The prices and penalties women pay in a pandemic - Halifax Examiner 

May 25 - Bruce Lanphear
When cleaning, keep the long-term toxic effects of many disinfecting products in mind: BIFS - Bowen Island Undercurrent

May 24 - Julia Smith
Coronavirus is killing more men. But the lockdown will hurt women and their rights - CNN.com  

May 22 - Pablo Nepomnaschy
'Zoom fatigue' is real, and it's causing a new kind of anxiety amid coronavirus isolation - Nature Index

May 21 - Stuart Peacock
UBC researchers ask for public input to inform COVID-19 policy - UBC Faculty of Medicine

May 21 - Kelley Lee
Fact-checking And Assessing Trump's Letter Of Rebuke To WHO - National Public Radio

May 20 - Susan Erikson
We Need More than Big Data to Track the Virus - Financial Times

May 20 - Kelley Lee
SFU professor leads research project on global coordination in response to COVID-19 pandemic - The Peak

May 20 - Kelley Lee
Is the World Health Organization on life support? - Al Jazeera English

May 20 - Kelley Lee
(FR) WHO could survive without financial support from the United States - ICI Radio-Canada.ca

May 19 - Kelley Lee
What happens with vaccine development if US withdraws from World Health Organization? - KCRW 89.9 FM  

May 19 - Susan Erikson
Pandemic Bonds: How a World Bank Financial Instrument Failed the World's Poor - Al Bawaba

May 19 - Kelley Lee
Members Of WHO Vote On The Need To Investigate Global Coronavirus Response - NPR

May 19 - Kelley Lee
Taiwan Says It Tried to Warn the World About Coronavirus. Here’s What It Really Knew and When - Time 

May 19 - Kelley Lee
Trump threatens to permanently cut WHO funding if it doesn’t reform in 30 days - Vox 

May 19 - Kelley Lee
International border screening measures for COVID-19 (PART I) - CBC Radio One 97.5FM (CBEW) 

May 19 - Kelley Lee
International border screening measures for COVID-19 (PART II) - CBC Radio One 97.5FM (CBEW) 

May 19 -  Bohdan Nosyk
COVID-19 Contact Tracing Could Also Help End HIV, These Researchers Say - TheBodyPRO.com  

May 19 -  Stuart Peacock
UBC researchers announce public deliberation to provide input to COVID-19 public policy - Mirage News

May 16 - Kelley Lee
Under fire WHO meets at a critical time in the pandemic - ABC Radio National 

May 14 -  Julia Smith
Douglas Todd: Canadians need more data on COVID-19 - Vancouver Sun

May 11 - Tania Bubela
Canada needs a proactive pandemic innovation strategy - The Hill Times

May 8 - Julia Smith
The Coronavirus Is Hitting These Nurses Especially Hard - Refinery29

May 8 - Zabrina Brumme
COVID SCIENCE-Abbott coronavirus test is accurate; infected mother's breast milk may protect infants - Daily Mail Online

May 8 - Meghan Winters
Experts warn of increasing car use, loss of transit routes post-crisis - National Post

May 7 - Meghan Winters
Potential rise in post-crisis car use and loss of transit routes puts cities at a crossroads - The Canadian Press

May 7 - Julia Smith
How COVID-19 disproportionately affects women (PART I) - CBC Radio One 104.7FM (CBVE)

May 7 - Julia Smith
How COVID-19 disproportionately affects women (PART II) - CBC Radio One 104.7FM (CBVE)

May 4 - Kelley Lee
National security and global health experts are increasingly concerned China will develop a coronavirus vaccine first - Business Insider

May 2 - Scott Lear
Focusing on overall health while at home has benefits now, and in the future - The Good Men Project Magazine

May 1 - Paola Ardiles Gamboa
Peter Wall Centre for Advanced Studies will host Witness Webinar on privacy rights and the COVID-19 pandemic - The Georgia Straight

May 1 - Kelley Lee
As coronavirus tsunami leaves China, wave of infections may be far from over - South China Morning Post

April 18 - Kelley Lee
David Pratt: Caught in the crossfire - The World Health Organisation - Herald Scotland

April 17 - Julia Smith
How Pandemic Affects Gender Equality - Kharkiv Observer

April 17 - Angela Kaida
Politicians and scientists need strong connections during the coronavirus crisis — and beyond - The Conversation

April 17 - Samer Rihani
Thousands of B.C. post-secondary students faced with uncertainty amid COVID-19 pandemic (PART I) - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

April 17 - Samer Rihani
Thousands of B.C. post-secondary students faced with uncertainty amid COVID-19 pandemic (PART II) - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

April 16 - Julia Smith
COVID-19 and staff concerns at elder care facilities; Threats to WHO funding; Gender equality in the pandemic - The Current

April 16 - Julia Smith
Do women carry a heavier burden of COVID-19 aftermath? (PART I) - CBC Radio One 90.5 (CBHA)

April 16 - Julia Smith
Do women carry a heavier burden of COVID-19 aftermath? (PART II) - CBC Radio One 640AM (CBN)

April 16 - Susan Erikson 
Zoom Privacy Flaw Exposes the Risk of Overreliance on Big Tech - The Vision Times

April 15 - Julia Smith
Covid-19 is an opportunity for gender equality within the workplace and at home - The BMJ Opinion

April 15 - Kelley Lee
Trump’s critique of WHO may be a diversion, but it resonates beyond the White House - The Washington Post

April 14 - Scott Lear
7 ways you can help the coronavirus response - The Chronicle Herald

April 14 - Angela Kaida
(FR) The importance of relations between politicians and scientists - The Conversation Canada

April 14 - Kelley Lee
(IT) New Pangea - Nero

April 14 - Kelley Lee
Dr. Kelley Lee: The World Health Organization and COVID-19 - BELOW THE RADAR: A KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZATION PODCAST

April 14 - Scott Lear
(FR) Overall health and social distancing - leDroit

April 13 - Kitty Corbett
How COVID-19’s anti-lockdown ‘fringe’ feeds on some Canadians’ real anxieties — and speaks to government’s next challenge - THE STAR

April 13 - Julia Smith
From Abuse to Jobs, the Crisis Will Burden Women More Than Men - The Wire

April 13 - Kelley Lee
The World Today: UK lockdown enters 4th week - BBC Radio

April 13 - Kelley Lee
Canada’s Covid-19 response: navigating national and global solidarity - The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs

April 13 - Bruce Lanphear
Making toxic-free births a Christian issue - EHN

April 12 - Susan Erikson
Big Data Could Undermine the Covid-19 Response - Wired

April 10 - Kelley Lee
A new coronavirus is teaching us new lessons. Canada’s former top doctor says we should study them now - THE STAR

April 9 - Kelley Lee
The China-Taiwan conflict is disrupting the WHO’s fight against Covid-19 - Yahoo News

April 9 - Kelley Lee
The China-Taiwan conflict is disrupting the WHO’s fight against Covid-19 - Quartz

April 9 - Kelley Lee
New heated tobacco tax postponed amid pandemic; no plan to expand ‘patch’ program - Times Colonist

April 9 - Kelley Lee
New heated tobacco tax postponed amid pandemic; no plan to expand ‘patch’ program - Richmond News

April 9 - Kelley Lee
Increased danger for smokers during COVID-19 pandemic - Global Okanagan (CHBC)

April 8 - Kelley Lee
Coronavirus danger for smokers - Global News Television

April 8 - Kelley Lee
Can humanity make U-turns? - The Straits Times  

April 7 - Kelley Lee
Time for smokers to butt out is now, or risk ventilator shortage: researcher - Burnaby Now 

April 7 - Jeff Reading
‘If Covid-19 gets into our communities, we are gone’ - The Independent

April 7 - Kelley Lee
Public health and Indonesia's foreign policy in time of coronavirus - Jakarta Post

April 6 - Julia Smith
Across the Globe, Domestic Violence Rises as the Coronavirus Rages - PassBlue

April 6 - Julia Smith
COVID-19 will impact gender inequality, possibly for years to come - Norwalk Reflector

April 5 - Kelley Lee
Divided world tests WHO's authority amid crisis - The Guam Daily Post

April 5 - Julia Smith
Jenny Gurung: The need to address gender-sensitive policy during COVID-19 - The Michigan Daily

April 4 - Julia Smith
‘It has hit us very hard’: Women worry more about coronavirus and for good reason - The Star

April 3 - Susan Erikson
Coronavirus Pandemic Prompts Privacy-Conscious Europe to Collect Phone Data - IEEE Spectrum

April 2 - Susan Erikson
UO geography prof urges change in pandemic fund oversight - Mirage News

April 1 - Kelley Lee
Why the World Health Organization’s Response to COVID-19 Is Crucial to the Future of Public Health - Yahoo! News

April 1 - Kelley Lee
WHO struggles against coronavirus and a divided world testing its authority - Los Angeles Times

April 1 - Kelley Lee
COVID-19: This is why we have a pandemic - DownToEarth

March 31 - Jeffrey Reading
White House task force projects 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in U.S., even with mitigation efforts - The Washington Post

March 31 - Jeffrey Reading
The world’s indigenous peoples, with tragic history of disease, implore outsiders to keep coronavirus away - The Washington Post 

March 31 - Kelley Lee
Why the World Health Organization’s Response to COVID-19 Is Crucial to the Future of Public Health - Rolling Stone

March 27 - Kelley Lee
Andrew Petter: Lessons of COVID-19 might define human success in the 21st century - Vancouver Sun

March 24 - Tania Bubela
BC Researchers Secure $10 Million in Funding to Examine the Effectiveness of Genomics in Clinical Health Care - T-Net

March 23 - Travis Salway
Surviving conversion therapy - Xtra Magazine

March 21 - Julia Smith
Women and the burden of care - Philippine Daily Inquirer

March 21 - Julia Smith
(FR) Peggy Sastre - Why coronavirus affects men more - Le Point.fr

March 19 - Julia Smith
Women and the hidden burden of the coronavirus - The Hill

March 19 - Julia Smith
The Coronavirus Is a Disaster for Feminism - The Atlantic

March 17 - Jeremy Snyder
Are jacked up prices of hand sanitizer immoral? It depends - The Globe and Mail

March 16 - Scott Lear
How to keep it together while working from home: a timeline - BC Business

March 16 - Scott Lear
Two At-Home Workouts to Stay Fit During Coronavirus - Elemental

March 16 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Infants' Risk for Asthma - CJWW Radio 

March 12 - Julia Smith
Why Women May Face a Greater Risk of Catching Coronavirus - The New York Times

March 12 - Travis Salway
This Is How I Ended Up in Conversion Therapy - The National Interest Online

March 11 - Travis Salway
How I ended up in conversion therapy — and why it should be criminalized - Raw Story

March 11 - Kelley Lee
SFU professor urges public to remain calm amidst COVID-19 fears - Global News BC1

March 10 - Donald MacPherson
Expert wants coronavirus-type response for opioid crisis - Telegraph-Journal

March 10 - Travis Salway
How I ended up in conversion therapy and why Canada’s proposed ban is only a first step for LGBTQ+ youth - The Conversation Canada

March 9 - Travis Salway
Rights supporters cheer Canada's move toward conversion therapy ban - National Post

March 9 - Travis Salway
Canada introduces legislation to ban conversion therapy - Global News Radio

March 7 - Kelley Lee
(CH) SFU researchers receive federal grant to study COVID-19 - Singtao.ca

March 7 - Kelley Lee
SFU health sciences professor leads project that helps with coordinating global response to coronavirus outbreak - News Talk 980 CKNW

March 7- Karen S. Palmer
How a B.C. court case could change the Canadian health care system - Ottawa Life Magazine

March 6 - Kelley Lee
Feds give UBC $2.8 million to fight spread of coronavirus - Burnaby Now

March 6 - Kelley Lee
Feds give UBC $2.8 million to fight spread of coronavirus - Vancouver Courier

March 2 - Tania Bubela
BC researchers secure $10M in funding to examine the effectiveness of genomics in clinical health care - BioSpace

February 29 - Kelley Lee
Coronavirus lessons from China - CBC News Network

February 29 - Travis Salway
Pressure to keep up: status imbalance a major factor in stress in gay men - The Guardian

February 26 - Tim Takaro
SFU research says link between household cleaning products and respiratory problems in infants - CKPG Today

February 25 - Susan Erikson
In an epidemic, can we balance personal privacy and public safety? - South China Morning Post - Online

February 24 - Donald MacPherson
Illicit drug toxicity deaths in BC down in 2019 - CFAX 1070

February 24 - Kelley Lee
Coronavirus outbreak: What went wrong in the early days - The National, CBC News

February 24 - Kelley Lee
Why some experts are questioning China's coronavirus claims - CBC News

February 24 - Travis Salway
Thousands of Canadians still experience conversion therapy despite bans: report - Vancouver Sun

February 24 - Tim Takaro
Study Links Cleaning Products to Childhood Asthma - KCBS Radio

February 22 - Tim Takaro
Home cleaning products may increase risk of childhood asthma - The Jerusalem Post

February 22 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Babies frequently exposed to cleaning products at higher risk of asthma: study - Lethbridge News Now

February 21 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Using cleaning products frequently can increase the risk of childhood asthma - Tech Explorist

February 21 - Tim Takaro
Early exposure to cleaning products linked to asthma in small children - Examiner Enterprise

February 20 - Jaclyn Parks
Cleaning products may raise risk of wheezing and asthma in young children - MedicalResearch.com

February 20 - Travis Salway
Laws needed at every level to end conversion therapy: researchers - CityNews Edmonton

February 20 - Tim Takaro
Link between childhood asthma and household cleaning products (PART I) - Talk Radio AM640 (CFMJ)

February 20 - Tim Takaro
Link between childhood asthma and household cleaning products (PART II) - Talk Radio AM640 (CFMJ) 

February 20 - Tim Takaro
Childhood asthma and household cleaning products - Newstalk 770 CHQR

February 20 - Jaclyn Parks
BEYOND LOCAL: Study suggests household cleaner use linked to asthma risk in children - Thorold News

February 20 - Jaclyn Parks
Infants exposed to cleaning products could be at increased risk of asthma - Consumer Affairs

February 20 - Scott Lear
(FR) Playing sports together to spice up your married life - MSN Canada

February 19 - Travis Salway
Dolly Parton’s broad appeal: She understands alienation, home and the need to belong - The Conversation

February 19 - Travis Salway
Laws needed at every level to end conversion therapy - CityNews

February 19 - Tim Takaro
Study: Childhood asthma linked to cleaning products - Global Morning News

February 19 - Tim Takaro
Study suggests that cleaning products increase risk of childhood asthma - Global BC News

February 19 - Tim Takaro
Babies Exposed to Household Cleaning Products Prone to Asthma - News18.com

February 19 - Tim Takaro
Babies exposed to household cleaning products prone to asthma - The Sentinel | DailyHunt

February 19 - Jaclyn Parks
A castle gets a makeover and a new mortgage stress test; In The News for Feb. 19 - National Post

February 19 - Tim Takaro
Scented house-cleaning products may raise the risk of asthma in toddlers - INSIDER

February 18 - Tim Takaro
Home cleaning products may up risk of childhood asthma - Yahoo! News

February 18 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Health Matters: The potential risks to children from household cleaning products - MSN Canada

February 18 - Tim Takaro
Infants frequently exposed to cleaning products at higher risk for asthma: SFU study - Toronto Sun

February 18 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Babies frequently exposed to cleaning products at higher risk of asthma, study says - THE STAR

February 18 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Household cleaner use linked to asthma risk in children: study - Global News

February 18 - Travis Salway
The Kids Are Not Alright - Medium

February 18 - Tim Takaro
Common Cleaning Products May Put Infants at Risk for Asthma - Healthline 

February 18 - Tim Takaro
Cleaning products may raise the risk of childhood asthma finds study - The Medical News

February 18 - Tim Takaro
Babies exposed to cleaning products could get asthma later - Free Malaysia Today  

February 18 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Babies frequently exposed to cleaning products at higher risk of asthma: study - National Post  

February 18 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Study suggests that frequent exposure to cleaning products leads to higher risk of asthma for infants - CBC Toronto 

February 18 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Possible asthma risk from cleaning products - CBC News: The National

February 18 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Are cleaning products safe for kids? SFU study looks into asthma risk of frequent exposure - CTV News

February 18 - Tim Takaro
Babies' Exposure to Household Cleaning Products Tied to Later Asthma Risk - U.S. News & World Report

February 17 - Kelley Lee
(CH) Experts: WHO lacks money and power in fight against epidemic - Ming Pao News

February 16 - Tim Takaro and Jaclyn Parks
Do detergents cause childhood asthma? Cases of the disease rise 37% in ‘extra clean’ homes amid fears cleaners can damage babies’ airways - Daily Mail Online  

February 15 - Scott Lear
Why you should work out with your partner - HalifaxToday.ca

February 13 - Scott Lear
Commentary: Forget dinner dates. Exercising with your partner leads to a stronger relationship - Channel News Asia

February 12 - Kelley Lee
The World Health Organization Draws Flak for Coronavirus Response - Wall Street Journal

February 12 - Allison Carter
Expressing Love For The Body Parts You Hate Takes Intentional Work - Yahoo! News Canada

February 11 - Travis Salway
How Universal Health Care Fails Queer Communities - The Walrus

February 11 - Kelley Lee
WHO sends Canadian-led team to Beijing to study novel coronavirus outbreak - The Globe and Mail

February 11 - Scott Lear
Exercise your way to a better relationship - Times Colonist

February 10 - Travis Salway
It's Not Getting Better for Queer Kids - The Huffington Post

February 5 - Bohdan Noysyk
Fatal overdoses are down—possibly because so many B.C. drug users have already died - The Georgia Straight

February 5 - Susan Erikson
China Marshals Its Surveillance Powers Against Coronavirus - Bangkok Post

February 4 - Susan Erikson
China Marshals Its Surveillance Powers Against Coronavirus - Wall Street Journal

February 2 - Jeremy Snyder
Canadians using crowdfunding to cover organ transplant costs - CTV Calgary (CTVO)

February 1 - Bruce Lanphear
How concerned should Winnipeggers be about lead in the soil? 3 takeaways from the lead contamination report - CBC Manitoba

January 29 - Kelley Lee
PM convenes Incident Response Group, as feds, provinces ramp-up co-ordinated response to coronavirus - The Hill Times

January 29 - Travis Salway
Sexual orientation conversion therapy still common in Canada—study - Drishti Magazine

January 28 - Travis Salway
Study finds sexual orientation conversion therapy still common in Canada - CFAX 1070

January 28 - Kate Hosford, Stephanie Sersli, and Meghan Winters
More people are using bike share programs, but the gender gap persists - GreenBiz

January 28 - Kelley Lee
How effective are N-95 masks at protecting you from catching the new coronavirus?- CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

January 27 - Travis Salway
Sexual orientation conversion therapy still common in Canada, says study - The Indo-Canadian Voice

January 26 - Kelley Lee
World Health Organization Responds To Coronavirus - NPR

January 23 - Kelley Lee
Panic-buying of face masks in Richmond likely won't work: Health experts - Vancouver Courier

January 23 - Kelley Lee
Panic-buying of face masks in Richmond likely won't work: Health experts - Richmond News

January 23 - Kelley Lee
Masks not effective if you’re not sick, according to Public Health Agency of Canada - BCIT News

January 23 - John Reynolds
Bird count a trend tracker on the road to extinction...or rebirth - The Tri-City News

January 22 - Kelley Lee
A coronavirus spreading in China is new. But efforts to stop it began nearly 20 years ago. - The Washington Post

January 22 - Hasina Samji
New diagnostic test being developed to detect coronavirus before it spreads - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU) 

January 20 - Bruce Lanphear
Lead Exposure Risk in US Children Far From Gone - Medscape

January 19 - Donald MacPherson
In midst of overdose crisis, Canada doesn't need to wait to decriminalize drugs: expertCTV British Columbia News

January 19 - Jeremy Snyder
(FR) For the love of Liam - LaPresse

January 18 - Donald MacPherson
New ATM-like opioid dispensary in DTES will save lives: drug policy developer - Citynews1130 

January 18 - Donald MacPherson
MySafe drug dispenser designed to save lives - News1130 (CKWX)

January 14 - Meghan Winters, Kate Hosford, and Stephanie Sersli
Bike share programs are on the rise, yet the gender gap persists - The Conversation Canada

January 14 - Bruce Lanphear
Are Toxic Chemicals Harming Kids' Brains? - MSN.com

January 8 - Scott Lear
Why Doctors Should Prescribe Diet and Exercise - Medium

January 5 - Meghan Winters
(FR) Automobiles rule the roads, despite less use in Greater Vancouver
 - ICI Radio-Canada

January 3 - Meghan Winters
Decade of data shows cars still dominate roads in Metro Vancouver - CBC News