What you need to know about monkey pox in Saskatchewan

After the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) issued a warning about an increased risk of getting monkey pox in the province, there are a few things you may need to know going forward. On Saturday, August 13, SHA confirmed that there are three cases of monkeypox in the province. While the cases so far have come … Read more

Rainham author Annie Cardone shares her menopausal ‘hell’ on HRT treatment and symptoms to help women across Kent

A woman who said she went through hell with menopause and had to be hospitalized six times shares her story in hopes of helping others. Annie Cardone, of Rainham, suffered from insomnia and sleep psychosis before doctors diagnosed her as menopausal. But hormone replacement therapy made her aggressive and agitated. Annie officially entered menopause at … Read more

Binge eating and lack of exercise during lockdown have led to massive increase in gout

Binge eating and lack of exercise during lockdown led to massive increase in gout, data suggest Hospital admissions for gout have risen due to binge eating during lockdowns Gout is a form of inflammatory arthritis that causes sudden and severe joint pain The joint pain is usually in your big toe, but can also occur … Read more

Binge eating and lack of exercise during lockdown have led to massive increase in gout

Binge eating and lack of exercise during lockdown led to massive increase in gout, data suggest Hospital admissions for gout have risen due to binge eating during lockdowns Gout is a form of inflammatory arthritis that causes sudden and severe joint pain The joint pain is usually in your big toe, but can also occur … Read more

New £800 per dose injection offers hope for diabetics suffering from macular edema

A drug that could save diabetics from going blind is now being offered by the NHS. Brolucizumab treats fluid buildup in the eyes – called diabetic macular edema – that can lead to blurred vision and eventual loss of vision. Currently, diabetics with the condition have to go to hospital every six to eight weeks … Read more

New Brunswick reports first confirmed case of monkeypox virus

Health officials in New Brunswick report the province’s first confirmed case of monkeypox. The infected person remains isolated and contact tracers are turned on to determine the source of the infection and notify close contacts. dr. Jennifer Russell, the county health official, released a statement late Friday advising New Brunswickers that the virus spreads through … Read more

New Brunswick reports first confirmed case of monkeypox virus in province

FREDERICTON – Health officials in New Brunswick report the province’s first confirmed case of monkeypox. The infected person remains isolated and contact tracers are turned on to determine the source of the infection and notify close contacts. dr. Jennifer Russell, the county health official, released a statement late Friday advising New Brunswickers that the virus … Read more

US health officials urge vaccinations after polio virus found in New York City sewage

The virus that causes polio has been found in New York City’s sewage, another sign that the disease, which hadn’t been seen in the US until last month in a decade, is quietly spreading among unvaccinated people. Most important points: New York health officials say polio is quietly circulating in the city The city is … Read more

In Biden’s Big Bill: Climate, Health Care, Deficit Reduction

WASHINGTON (AP) — Largest ever investment in US to fight climate change. A hard-fought cap on the out-of-pocket cost of prescription drugs for Medicare recipients. A new minimum corporate tax to make sure big companies pay their fair share. And there are still billions left to pay off the federal deficits. All things considered, the … Read more