HANS is a non-profit society dedicated to ensuring Canadians have knowledge of and access to the powerful and effective properties of natural, complementary and alternative medicines and therapies.
Geoff Regier is an independent animal advocate and investigator. He spent his formative years growing up and working on a small family farm in the Fraser Valley. It wasn’t until moving off the farm that Geoff found his way into veganism, animal rights activism, and...
Do you suspect that you, or someone you love, is being over-prescribed prescription drugs? If so, the the Canadian Deprescribing Network may be a useful resource for you. The Canadian Deprescribing Network (CDN) is a group of health care leaders, clinicians,...
In March 2015, the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) published an Information Paper on homeopathy, commonly referred to as ‘The Australian Report’, essentially declaring homeopathy to be no better than placebo. This document concludes...
Health Action Network Society is very pleased to bring you the Vancouver Premier Screening of Eating Animals. Directed and produced by Christopher Quinn (Sundance award winner God Grew Tired of Us), Eating Animals tells the story of the beginning of the end of factory...
Hands Off My NHPs!
Health Canada is determined to impose new regulations on natural health products (NHPs).
This is bad news for consumers.
This campaign exists to introduce you to the healing potential of homeopathy through patient and consumer stories. The site will also assist in your search for a qualified Homeopathic practitioner in your area, and provide answers to all your questions on homeopathy.
Why become a member?
Becoming a member of HANS makes you an integral part of a movement that works to cultivate health awareness, health freedom and individual empowerment. Membership in the HANS community ensures you have the opportunity to be part of the solution; the more members HANS has the louder our voice and the wider our reach!
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Health Action Network Society acknowledges the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.