Forgetting cancer for a flight

Dayven Hamilton, age 8, was operated on after being diagnosed with Grade 4 Brain Glioblastoma. On Saturday, he was able to take a floatplane flight as part of the other, whose 7th edition was for the benefit of the Charles-Bruneau Foundation. There was emotion in the air Saturday in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, near Quebec City. Fifteen children with […]

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Cannabis production accelerates

A few days before the legalization of marijuana, the suppliers of the Quebec Cannabis Society (SQDC) are working hard to ensure that they can meet the demand. TVA Nouvelles had privileged access to Hexo’s facilities in Gatineau, the most important player in this field in Quebec. In its facilities, we produce 108 tons of cannabis […]

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Phone screens causing a new scourge

More and more young people are victims of dry eye Optometrists are sounding the alarm about dry eye, a “serious” and “underestimated” problem that can lead to vision loss and affects more and more young people. According to the most recent statistics, nearly 30% of the population is affected by this scourge. But these figures represent […]

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Cannabis: the puzzle of homeowners

Homeowners are still concerned about ten days of legalizing the recreational use of cannabis. In an interview in Quebec Morning , the president of the Quebec Landlords Association answered questions many people are asking. In what state of mind are the owners? “We will have to juggle with people who decide to smoke cannabis in their homes […]

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Saudi Residents to Stay in Canada

A little more than a thousand Saudi resident doctors who are studying in Canada could finally stay in Canada, the Globe and Mail revealed Monday evening. According to the newspaper, the 1053 medical residents in university hospitals in the country have received a letter from the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education stating that they can […]

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Maintaining a separate system for medicinal cannabis divides physicians

Health Canada has stated that after legalization on October 17, recreational cannabis will be segregated from medicinal cannabis. The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) believes that physicians should not play the role of “guardians”, which is challenged by professionals in the sector. The CMA says that after legalization it should not be necessary for recreational cannabis to […]

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Pharmacists want to beat Amazon

They rely mainly on technology and lower fees to attract customers While Jean Coutu and Pharmaprix are slow to turn the corner any internet, independent pharmacists are shop on the web only, hoping to grab valuable market share to become the “Amazon” pharmaceutical. At POSO +, rue Ontario Est in Montreal’s south-central district, no frozen […]

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The shortage of EpiPen stimulates online sales

The shortage of EpiPen auto-injectors in pharmacies has propelled sales of the drug online, including Kijiji and Facebook Marketplace. During the last week, several EpiPen auto-injectors have been put on sale online. Their cost ranged from $ 25 to $ 60 a unit, the National Post reported on Friday. The practice is not illegal, according to Dr. Supriya […]

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Montreal discovery to cure fractures

After more than 15 years of research, doctors at the Shriners Children’s Hospital in Montreal believe they have discovered a previously unsuspected natural way to heal fractures faster. “It’s a great feeling of pride,” says Dr. René St-Arnaud, who will publish the results of his research to heal fractures more efficiently and quickly with vitamin […]

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