Monthly Archives: March 2014

What’s your story?

Imagine running into an old friend whom you had not seen since childhood. What story would you tell? Where are you now, and what has brought you to this point in your life? Whether we recognize it or not, we … Continue reading

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You’re not as old as you think you are . . . 4 myths about aging

My earliest memories as a toddler and preschooler were of my family’s home on West 20th in Vancouver. We lived there before moving to Burnaby. Across the street was expansive Douglas Park with its towering trees, playing fields, playground . … Continue reading

Posted in Caregiving, Empowering Healthcare, Exercise, Growth, Healthy Living, Physical Activity, Positive Change, Positive Potential | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Writing Safer Prescriptions

This week, I’ll be spending a few hours with second year medical students. As part of the Advanced Family Practice curriculum, family doctors take time from their own practices to meet with small groups of medical students to discuss topics … Continue reading

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