Health Canada Issues Recall on Medical Devices, Including Potentially Deadly OmniLab Advanced Device

Health Canada has issued recalls for several medical devices, including one that poses a potential risk of death in vulnerable patients. The OmniLab Advanced device, commonly used by individuals with sleep apnea, has been flagged for alarm malfunctions that could lead to therapy interruptions and serious health complications, including respiratory failure or death. The agency advises users to be aware of model number 1044278 or any devices with the potential issue. In addition to the …

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Syrian Refugee from War-Torn Syria Finds Peace in Canada After Surviving Deadly Rocket Attack

Winnipeg, Manitoba – Ibraheem Sarhan found solace and safety in Canada after surviving a harrowing rocket attack in his war-torn home country of Syria. His journey as a teenage refugee has led him to advocate for the millions of children still enduring the horrors of conflict zones around the world. As a nine-year-old in Damascus when the Syrian war erupted in 2011, Sarhan initially struggled to comprehend the devastation and upheaval caused by the conflict. …

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Tragic Mass Murder Shocks Community: Sri Lankan Family Killed in Canada, Father Survives

Toronto, Canada — A devastating tragedy struck a Sri Lankan family in Ottawa, Canada, as Dhanushka Wickramasinghe returned home from work to a horrific sight. His wife and four young children had been brutally killed, with Wickramasinghe himself sustaining injuries in the attack. Despite his injuries, he managed to subdue the suspect, a 19-year-old Sri Lankan student living with the family who has been charged with the murders. The details of the tragic incident unfolded …

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Rising Cocaine Use in Canada Linked to Increase in Drug Deaths, New Data Shows

TORONTO, Canada – Data from a recent report by Statistics Canada indicates a rise in cocaine usage among Canadians, contributing to an increase in drug-related deaths. The report focuses on the period from January to May 2022 and suggests a continued overall increase in cocaine levels. Additionally, the report states that drug overdoses in Canada rose by more than 30 percent from 2020 to 2021, with nearly half of the accidental opioid deaths involving a …

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Salmonella outbreak from cantaloupe ends with over 400 cases and 13 deaths across US and Canada

(CNN) – The recent salmonella outbreak connected to cantaloupe has officially come to an end, the Centers for Disease Control announced last Friday. This outbreak affected over 400 individuals in 44 states, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and six fatalities. In addition, tainted cantaloupe was also distributed in Canada, where it caused more than 160 cases, 61 hospitalizations, and seven deaths. The affected cantaloupes, which carried the Malchita and Rudy brand labels, were sold at various …

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Tragedy Strikes as Plane Carrying Diamond Mine Workers Crashes in Canada, Resulting in Multiple Deaths

MIRAMICHI, New Brunswick – A tragic incident occurred when a plane carrying workers from a diamond mine crashed in eastern Canada. The crash resulted in multiple deaths, with the exact number still to be determined. The cause of the crash is currently under investigation. The aircraft, operated by Carson Air, was headed to Calgary from the Renard Diamond Mine in northern Quebec. The plane crashed shortly after taking off from the airport in Quebec. The …

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Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Cantaloupe Ends with Over 400 Cases in the US and Canada

At least 400 people across 44 states fell ill from a salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and six deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The outbreak also impacted Canada, with more than 160 cases and seven deaths reported. The tainted cantaloupe was sold at various retailers, including Kwik Trip, Kroger, and Trader Joe’s, between September and December 2023. The affected brands were Malchita and Rudy. The Food & Drug …

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CDC Declares End to Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Cantaloupe in US and Canada

Health officials in multiple states are breathing a sigh of relief as a salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe has finally come to an end. The Centers for Disease Control announced last Friday that the outbreak, which affected more than 400 individuals in 44 states, is now over. This outbreak resulted in 158 hospitalizations and tragically, six deaths. The tainted cantaloupe was also distributed in Canada, where more than 160 cases were reported, including 61 hospitalizations …

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Tragedy Strikes as Plane Carrying Mine Workers Crashes in Canada, Multiple Deaths Reported

A plane carrying mine workers has crashed in Canada, resulting in multiple deaths. The incident occurred in a remote location, leading to limited access and communication. The cause of the crash is not yet known, and rescue efforts are underway. It is a tragic event that has left the local community and the families of the mine workers in shock and grief. The crash has sparked concern and raised questions about the safety of air …

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The Dangers of Pro-Suicide Forums in Canada: Coroner Reports and Families Raise Alarms

Toronto, Canada – A suicide promotion website linked to multiple deaths remains accessible in Canada despite warnings from coroners, mental health advocates, and families, according to reports by CBC News. The platform, labeled a “dedicated suicide promotion website” by mental health organizations, is readily available on the open internet in Canada while being restricted in countries such as Australia, Germany, and Italy. British internet service providers recently blocked access to the site. Forum users anonymously …

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