Coast Guard ship partially submerged, on its side after sliding down slip

The Canadian Coast Guard says a patrol ship is on its side, partially submerged in water after it was released from its cradle and slid down a ramp in a Nova Scotia shipyard. Jocelyn Lubczuk, press secretary for the minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, says officials have responded to the incident involving CCGS Corporal McLaren at […]

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6 foods that reduce libido

According to experts, there are products that can not be think that they may be associated with the intimate sphere, however, they affect it. For example, sexual desire can affect even normal water. Product 1: fried. Fried foods reduce liver function, and to maintain the body spends extra energy. As a result, developing apathy and lethargy, and it is certainly […]

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The case of Kaliningrad in the hospital provoked a new wave of hatred against the doctors

One of the resonant Russian news health last week was the death of the newborn in the Kaliningrad hospital № 4. Many news sources, not waiting to be aware of all the circumstances, the headings sharply accused the chief physician of the medical institution. Following this, a large number of posts of hate to the doctors on the part of […]

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Ottawa police raid 2 illicit cannabis shops in second raid this month

The Ottawa police announced Friday that they executed Ontario Cannabis Act warrants at two illicit cannabis shops in the city — one on Merivale Road and one on Clarence Street. Ottawa police have yet to release the amount of product ceased or the number of people that were arrested. According to an Ottawa police spokesperson, the identities of those arrested […]

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Adenovirus outbreak in New Jersey kills 11, officials order center to separate patients

Virus kills 11th ‘medically fragile’ child at NJ facility Adenovirus outbreak claims its 10th victim at a pediatric care center in Wanaque, New Jersey. Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation has stopped admitting new patients until the outbreak is over; Lauren Green reports. A viral outbreak at a New Jersey pediatric facility has killed another child, health officials confirmed Friday, […]

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New drug offers fresh hope to people with cystic fibrosis

People suffering from cystic fibrosis, who have a particular genetic form of the condition, are to be offered fresh hope with a new drug. Vertex Pharmaceuticals has received EU market authorisation for the medicine Symkevi. Under a deal with the HSE the medicine will now be available to suitable Irish people with cystic fibrosis.  Health Minister Simon Harris said the […]

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Artificial intelligence predicts treatment effectiveness

How can a doctor predict the treatment outcome of an individual patient? Traditionally, the effectiveness of medical treatments is studied by randomised trials where patients are randomly divided into two groups: one of the groups is given treatment, and the other a placebo. Is this really the only reliable way to evaluate treatment effectiveness, or could something be done differently? […]

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New concussion recommendations for kids: Light activity, electronics OK during recovery, study suggests

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has updated its concussion recommendations to support children and teens engaging in light physical activity and returning to school as they recover. The report, revised for the first time in eight years, also advises against complete removal of electronic devices, such as television, computers and smartphones, following a concussion. Previously, the academy had recommended […]

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