A recent E. coli outbreak in multiple daycare centres across Calgary has led to more than a dozen children hospitalized, with some requiring dialysis.
Eleven days after an E. coli outbreak was declared in Calgary daycares, Alberta’s premier will be joining provincial and health officials for an update on the outbreak.
The technology uses AI to provide women with personalized risk estimations one to two years ahead of time, even when a current mammogram comes back clear.
B.C. doctor who worked with Canadian aid worker killed in Ukraine calls for federal denouncement of attack
Dr. Tracey Parnell, of Cranbrook, said the Russian attack that killed Anthony “Tonko” Ihnat was a deliberate targeting of humanitarian workers.
In an open letter sent to the premier’s office Thursday morning, the parents questioned why they haven’t heard public comments from Alberta Premier Danielle Smith.
Children under age five are most at risk of developing a severe illness called hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), a kidney disease that can be caused by E. coli 0157.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ruled Tuesday that a key drug in popular decongestants is ineffective, which one Canadian group of doctors has known for years.
While health inspectors and labs investigate an E. coli outbreak in Calgary daycares, one food supply expert suspects the issue could have come from further up the supply chain.
Advisors to the FDA voted unanimously on Tuesday against the effectiveness of the key drug found in popular versions of Sudafed, Allegra and other medications.
The E. coli variant known as 0157 is often the most virulent and can cause hemolytic uremic syndrome, which affects the kidneys and the ability of blood to clot.