Wednesday, 06 November 2013 02:00
EDITORâ€™S NOTE: Health journalist Shannon Linden is attending UBC Mini-Med lectures at KGHâ€™s Clinical Academic Campus. Over the next four weeks, she will report on what she learns about compelling work conducted by leading researchers in the Okanagan.
The first topic, held last week, was Concussion Repercussions, presented by UBC-O Professor Paul van Donkelaar.
There's been a lot of discussion of late about proposed changes to B.C.'s liquor laws. Many people lament the province's system is antiquated and consumers needn't be babysat by the state when it comes to holding their booze.
I recently found myself behind a car bearing a rather poignant bumper sticker. It read: "So you want to change the world? Try using your signal light." Sure enough, there I was in a left turn lane with no signal light flashing.