The Women's Brain Health Initiative (WBHI) was in Vancouver this morning for the third stop in its national Mind Over Matter tour. Hosted by Deloitte Canada, the tour is raising awareness of the need for research into the diseases that affect women's brains as they age, and educating Canadians about how to stay brain healthy longer

VANCOUVER, Nov. 18, 2013 /CNW/ - Pictured from left to right: Joan Gerber, Executive Director, Healthy Women, Children and Youth Secretariat from the Ministry of Health's Population and Public Health Division, Lynn Posluns, Founder and President, WBHI, Duncan Sinclair, Regional Managing Partner, Deloitte, Dr. Joy Johnson Scientific Director, Institute for Gender & Health, & Dr. Liisa Galea, Professor, University of British Columbia.

Image with caption: "Pictured from left to right: Joan Gerber, Executive Director, Healthy Women, Children and Youth Secretariat from the Ministry of Health's Population and Public Health Division, Lynn Posluns, Founder and President, WBHI, Duncan Sinclair, Regional Managing Partner, Deloitte, Dr. Joy Johnson Scientific Director, Institute for Gender & Health, & Dr. Liisa Galea, Professor, University of British Columbia. (CNW Group/Women's Brain Health Initiative (WBHI))". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20131118_C8576_PHOTO_EN_33481.jpg

SOURCE: Women's Brain Health Initiative (WBHI)


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