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by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 28 2010

Out There is a column for the Telegraph that focuses on adventures outside of the Mountain Kingdom [editor's note: is there anything beyond Wedding Cake corner and the Nancy Green Junction? We've all heard the rumours, but I thought they were just rural myths...] Without sounding too Star Trek-like, our mission is to seek out new life and boldly go where probably lots of people have gone...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Tuesday Jan 26 2010

I had a patient in the other day who had been having gas/bloating/indigestion/ alternating constipation/diarrhea for years. After ten years of this they were tested for Celiac disease. The first biopsy was inconclusive and the second was positive.  This is a typical scenario that often presents in my clinic, because often what people eat is not considered. 

One of the issues is testing...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Tuesday Jan 26 2010

I had a patient in the other day who had been having gas/bloating/indigestion/ alternating constipation/diarrhea for years. After ten years of this they were tested for Celiac disease. The first biopsy was inconclusive and the second was positive.  This is a typical scenario that often presents in my clinic, because often what people eat is not considered. 

One of the issues is testing...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Tuesday Jan 26 2010

I had a patient in the other day who had been having gas/bloating/indigestion/ alternating constipation/diarrhea for years. After ten years of this they were tested for Celiac disease. The first biopsy was inconclusive and the second was positive.  This is a typical scenario that often presents in my clinic, because often what people eat is not considered. 

One of the issues is testing...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Tuesday Jan 26 2010

I had a patient in the other day who had been having gas/bloating/indigestion/ alternating constipation/diarrhea for years. After ten years of this they were tested for Celiac disease. The first biopsy was inconclusive and the second was positive.  This is a typical scenario that often presents in my clinic, because often what people eat is not considered. 

One of the issues is testing...

by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 21 2010

A local man passed away last Friday on Red Mountain. This was the first death of the year on the ski hill.


On Friday, January 15th, 65 year old Gordon Earnest Reeve from Castlegar was up on the hill skiing with friends in the Paradise area. While coming down through the trees in the “Inagadadavida” trees alongside Southern Belle, he became separated from his group. His friends...

by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 21 2010

A local man passed away last Friday on Red Mountain. This was the first death of the year on the ski hill.


On Friday, January 15th, 65 year old Gordon Earnest Reeve from Castlegar was up on the hill skiing with friends in the Paradise area. While coming down through the trees in the “Inagadadavida” trees alongside Southern Belle, he became separated from his group. His friends...

by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 21 2010

A local man passed away last Friday on Red Mountain. This was the first death of the year on the ski hill.


On Friday, January 15th, 65 year old Gordon Earnest Reeve from Castlegar was up on the hill skiing with friends in the Paradise area. While coming down through the trees in the “Inagadadavida” trees alongside Southern Belle, he became separated from his group. His friends...

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