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Preventing Lyme disease – vaccines are on the horizon
As warmer weather approaches, many Canadians look forward to getting outdoors to enjoy summer time activities. Whether you’re hiking, camping, golfing, bird-watching, or just walking the dog, beware of ticks.1
When infected black-legged ticks bite and remain attached for 24 hours, they transmit a bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi, which causes Lyme disease. The bite is usually painless, 1 which is why doing a full body check for ticks after being outdoors is an important preventive measure.2
Lyme disease develops in stages. It usually begins with a red rash - often resembling a bull’s eye - around the bite location... Read more
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- Health Canada approves Moderna's Omicron-targeting bivalent booster for kids and teens
- Paxlovid medication lowers risk of COVID-19 death, hospitalization: study
- Update on mpox in Canada
- New COVID-19 drug can cut hospitalizations by half in high-risk patients, study finds
- COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy helps protect newborns, Canadian study suggests
- COVID-19 pandemic in ‘transition point,’ but remains global health emergency: WHO
Teens and tweens – Catch up on vaccines!
Lock-downs to prevent the spread of COVID-19 during the pandemic interfered with many of our usual activities. For children, that included attendance at school and wellness visits to the doctor.
Many teens and tweens missed out on routine vaccinations to protect them from vaccinepreventable diseases.1 And while social distancing measures helped prevent the spread of the virus, that isolation also meant fewer opportunities to develop natural immunity through exposure, creating another layer of vulnerability to common infections... Read more