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How to get a good night’s sleep in the summer

Rachel Kelly, Special to CTVNews.ca Published Tuesday, June 12, 2018 12:32PM EDT Could new sheets and a melting bucket of ice be the key to getting a better night’s sleep this summer? According to sleep experts, tricks for keeping cool are essential for sleeping well...

UBC Medical Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament

Clinical Sleep Solutions is proud to be the Diamond Sponsor for over 10 years at the annual UBC Medical Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament Wednesday June 20 , 2018 Vancouver brought out its best, sunny weather for our 41st UBC Medical Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament on...

I STOPPED BREATHING 73 TIMES AN HOUR

U.K. author tells how the onset of snoring was a sign of severe mid-life sleep apnea The first two doctors she asked about sleep apnea brushed off her concerns, says British businesswoman and writer Rachel Abbott. Vancouver Sun 28 May 2018...

Surrey Doors Open 2018

Surrey Doors Open is a one day event for organizations to invite community members to “discover the story behind every door”. This free event offers fun activities for all ages, behind-the-scenes guided tours, entertainment, hop-on-hop-off transportation and more!...

Walk 4 Cardiac Health Fundrasier

Join us on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 9:00am! Walk with your doc for CARDIAC HEALTH around Mill Lake. Proceeds from this event will benefit cardiac rehab at Abbotsford Regional Hospital and will go towards the purchase a NuStep T4R. Sign up at...

Whole Body Approach to Managing Obesity

Please join us for a one day workshop designed to deliver an interactive approach to inspire, educate & empower you to incorporate a multidisciplinary approach to managing obesity in your practice. Topics include diabetes & obesity, exercise, nutrition, motivational...

Health Benefits of Better Sleep Dinner Seminar

Effectively identifying and managing Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is important because it can cause a wide array of health risks when left untreated. Co-morbidities may include high blood pressure, diabetes and cardiac problems which can escalate to more serious...