June 21 – Alzheimer’s myths
A new study found six in ten people believe Alzheimer’s is a typical part of aging.
June 23 – Pesticides and bees
International scientists call for banning Neonics, a popular pesticide linked to bee colony collapse.
June 24 – 3d mammography technology
New 3D technology is being touted as the future of breast cancer screening.
June 26 – New heart defibrillator
A 12 year old girl is the first in B.C. to use a heart defibrillator that’s better designed to help children.
June 27 – High tech medicine
UBC scientists have developed two mobile health apps that could mean the difference between life and death for some patients.