Checkup on B.C. children’s health finds ‘concerning’ disparities between regions and genders
A check-in with B.C.’s children finds good news but also “concerning” disparities depending on where children live and what gender they are
Girls seem to be struggling more with bullying and suicidal thoughts.
And, overall, urban children seem to be faring better than children who live in rural or remote areas, he said.
Of the 960,000 children and youth in B.C., 60 percent live in the Lower Mainland.
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