As a researcher and community-based doula, Sarah Munro knows firsthand the difficult choice women face after having a C-section: whether to deliver their next baby vaginally or by C-section.
Hummingbirds’ ability to accelerate and turn diminishes at high altitudes, but it isn’t a lack of oxygen to the body that limits the birds’ performance — it’s physics.
The ancient Japanese art of flower arranging was the inspiration for a groundbreaking technique to create tiny “artificial brains” that could be used to develop personalized cancer treatments.
The Vancouver Sun published an op-ed about head transplants by Judy Illes, a UBC professor of neurology, and researchers at the UBC National Core for Neuroethics.
Wednesday was a very ‘Blue and Gold’ day at the BC Sports Hall of Fame. Four inductees of the Class of 2017 were UBC Thunderbirds.
Join us for a public lecture with Candice Hopkins and Monika Szewczyk, moderated by Nicolaus Schafhausen and special guests Linnea and Beau Dick at the Liu Institute on December 12th from 2-5pm.
C-sections expose mothers and newborns to excess risk, so current Canadian clinical guidelines recommend that eligible women be offered a vaginal birth after caesarean, referred to as a VBAC.