Monthly Archives: April 2011

Family Pictures

My family pictures. This was taken during last Christmas. We had a blast with so many kids.

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Plan C [Recipients of B.C. Income Assistance]

This plan provides 100% coverage of eligible prescription costs for B.C. residents receiving medical benefits and income assistance through the Ministry of Housing and Social Development. If you would like more information on these benefits, contact your local office of … Continue reading

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Plan G [No-Charge Psychiatric Medication Plan]

The No-Charge Psychiatric Medication Plan (Plan G) is available to individuals of any age who are registered with a mental health services centre and who demonstrate clinical and financial need. The plan provides coverage of certain psychiatric medications. Individual patient … Continue reading

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WI-FI and possible effect on Children

Professor Lawrie Challis, who heads the committee on mobile phone safety research, called yesterday for pupils to be monitored amid mounting public concern over emissions from wi-fi networks.   He is concerned that few studies have been carried out into … Continue reading

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FDA warning for artificial food colouring

By GARDINER HARRIS WASHINGTON — After staunchly defending the safety of artificial food colorings, the federal government is for the first time publicly reassessing whether foods like Jell-O, Lucky Charms cereal and Minute Maid Lemonade should carry warnings that the … Continue reading

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British Columbia Model United Nations appeal to sponsors

Monday, 04 April 2011 05:18 administrator My name is Anjan Katta and I’m a high school student from Vancouver BC, and I founded a non-profit organization called British Columbia Model United Nations. I’m a strong believer that education is the … Continue reading

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Antidepressants linked to atherosclerosis in men

Middle-aged men who use antidepressants are more likely to have a narrowing of blood vessels, increasing the risk of heart attacks and strokes, than those who do not use the medications, according to a study presented on Saturday. A study … Continue reading

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