Fire in a recreational vehicle At Hearst Husky

The Hearst Fire Department and the Ontario Provincial Police have been notified of a fire in a recreational vehicle on Thursday, July 19, behind the Husky gas station. Gladly, no one were injured. So far, firefighters did not know the cause of the fire. The vehicle was plated from Alberta.   Main Photo Credit:  The Media of […]

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Everything you need to know about salmonella

The term Salmonella refers to a group of bacteria that cause Salmonella infection, or salmonellosis, in the intestinal tract. Typhoid fever, food poisoning, gastroenteritis, enteric fever, and other illnesses are all types of Salmonella infection. Salmonella poisoning is often linked to contaminated water or foods, especially meat, poultry, and eggs. Symptoms include abdominal cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting, which tend to appear 12 to 72 hours after infection. Most people […]

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Salmonella: a reminder of two kinds of rice – Uncle Ben’s

Mars Canada is recalling several bags of Uncle Ben’s rice because they may have been contaminated with Salmonella. The recall concerns the 165g packets of “Rice Quick & Good Broccoli” and “Quick Rice & Good Chicken Flavor”. They bear, for those broccoli, lot numbers 826DC4RX01, 826EA4RX01, 826EB4RX01, 826EC4RX01, 827BA4RX01 and 829AA4RX01, and for those with chicken, the numbers […]

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Questions about your dog and marijuana

Marijuana will soon be legalized in Canada. This will be the happiness of some and the misfortune of others, but certainly, it will undoubtedly increase the number of dogs who will end up at their veterinarian emergency because of intoxication. You doubt it? Well read the following because I answer your questions. Is it true that your dog […]

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“Mini Ritz” possibly contaminated with Salmonella

Mondelēz Canada is recalling “Mini Ritz” sandwiches due to possible contamination with Salmonella. Mondelēz Canada is recalling “Mini Ritz” sandwiches due to possible contamination with Salmonella. The recall concerns several formats and varieties of “Mini Ritz Sandwiches”, including those with a cheese flavor, sold in 180 gram format, bearing the product code 0 66721 00216 […]

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$ 270,000 for canceled surgeries

Patients who do not show up for their private surgery have caused a waste of public funds The Ministry of Health has paid more than $ 270,000 for canceled surgeries as part of the pilot project to operate patients in public hospitals in three private clinics. This waste of public funds is largely due to […]

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Towards wound dressings for chronic wounds?

Connected objects are invading our lives, but they could help us heal. This is the case here, with an astonishing prototype dressing. What if technology helped us treat some chronic wounds? This is the ambitious bet that are given researchers at Tuft University, located in Massachusetts. They have indeed unveiled a prototype of intelligent dressing, able to cover […]

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MEDITERRANEAN DIET REDUCES BONE LOSS IN OSTEOPOROSIS

Osteoporosis is a sneaky disease that slowly weakens the bones. Sometimes imperceptible, this disease reduces the density and mass of the bone. Osteoporosis-induced bone demineralization causes fractures, and is a common disease in women after menopause.  Among the preventive measures for osteoporosis include the exercise , an adequate intake of vitamin D , and calcium-rich foods . Food is therefore a key in prevention. Eating a Mediterranean […]

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Crispr-Cas9 Genetic Scissors Cause Unexpected Mutations

The Crispr-Cas9 experimental technique, used to modify faulty genes and on which medicine has high hopes, is less precise than thought and causes unexpected mutations, according to a study published Monday. These genetic scissors have caused “significant” and “frequent” mutations in experiments conducted in mice and human cells as part of the study, published in […]

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A doctor guilty of unreasonable billing

Patients had to pay $ 30 for drops between $ 0.70 and $ 3.84 Dr. Philippe St-Gelais is the first physician to convict himself of disproportionate billing before the Discipline Committee of the Collège des médecins. The doctor is liable to a fine totaling $ 5,000. An ophthalmologist who billed his patients $ 30 for drops […]

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