Potential COVID-19 vaccine still not in Canada, three months after approval for trials

As some countries proceed to human trials in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, Canada lags behind with many questions left unanswered by federal officials. Related News:Utah’s rate of positive COVID-19 tests rises sharply; BYU jumps to 560 infectionsAnother Salt Lake County high school closes for ‘deep cleaning’ after surpassing 15 COVID-19 cases; 2…Fujifilm’s Avigan […]

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B.C. man completes 266-day solo sail around the world by chart and sextant

Call it the ultimate act of social distancing. Related News:Deer Valley owner says reservations at this point are not required to skiMaddie Morrison Collaborates with New Zealand based Luxe FitnessSalt Lake City to close parts of Main Street for weekend revelry — at a safe distanceThe Latest: India’s daily cases continue downward trendCoronavirus: What’s happening in […]

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Digital screenings, PPE and no waiting rooms — how COVID-19 is changing dentistry

“It’s going to be a gamechanger for dentistry,” said one Toronto-based dentist. “Everything is going to be slow. A slow, steady, deliberate approach.” Related News:Judge makes formal complaint over Covid custody waitsNearly 1M who died of COVID-19 also illuminated treatmentSix months into pandemic, Salt Lake County reflects on past successes and challenges aheadLondon rents: Call […]

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The colour of your child’s sports uniform could be the reason they’re getting injured

Posted August 14, 2019 07:55:09 Photo: Researchers say it is not yet clear what impact the findings will have upon professional players. (AAP: Sean Davey) Dark-coloured sports jerseys could lead to poor performance, increased rates of injury, and even jeopardise the careers of young rugby league players, researchers say after a surprising discovery among junior […]

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