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Jan. 6, 2017
UBC discovery opens up new treatments for problem gamblers
After looking at images of slot machines and roulette, problem gamblers experience increased activity in the same part of the brain that lights up when drug addicts have cravings, according to a new UBC psychology study.
Princess Leia ultimately killed by the real Darth Vader
The Vancouver Sun published an op-ed by Stuart H. Kreisman, a UBC endocrinology clinical professor, about Carrie Fisher, who died after a lifetime of smoking.
2016 bronze medal rematch awaits ‘Birds at War Memorial Gym
The UBC women’s volleyball team will begin the second half of their season with a two-game set versus their arch rival the UBCO Heat.
ARTS AND CULTURE
To refuse/To wait/To sleep and M&A
Join us January 12 for the opening reception of this provocative art exhibition which investigates belief and prediction in economic models, precarious labour and illicit and marginalized markets.
Clearing up confusion on peanut allergy
An expert panel has issued new guidelines for preventing peanut allergy in children. Dr. Edmond Chan of UBC's Department of Pediatrics explains why.
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