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More infections added to SA cluster

Five new cases have been added to the Adelaide COVID cluster as health authorities scramble to contain the concerning outbreak. Widespread testing and contract tracing is underway to contain the spread of the deadly virus as multiple states slam their borders shut to South Australia. The additional cases have been linked to a large family,… Read More »

Advisory Firm Avonhurst Announces BCI Finance Transaction

Innovative firm Avonhurst advises BCI Finance on the financing of a financial assets acquisition https://www.avonhurst.com/ LONDON – Avonhurst acted for BCI Finance, a direct lending fund, in relation to the financing (together with NatWest bank) of the acquisition of a consumer loans portfolio from Huddle Finance 2 Limited. The portfolio was purchased by Verdam Limited… Read More »

Flu rates in Canada ‘exceptionally’ low despite more testing, says report indicating possible COVID dividend

Article content continued If we can manage to control COVID, we should be able to control influenza activity According to the report for the week that ended Oct. 31, only one of the 40 or so regions it designates across country was reporting any flu — those eight cases — and there were no outbreaks.… Read More »

Surviving That Time Of The Month: Five Ways To Reduce Period Cramps Naturally

Period pain is a nightmare for most women around the world. They are caused due to the overproduction of inflammatory chemicals, called prostaglandins, which in turn trigger your uterus to bunch up, spasm, and cramp, making women want to curl up in a ball until the pain ends. Each month, the uterine lining builds up… Read More »

FDA Clears Most Powerful Clinical MRI

GE Healthcare won FDA clearance for its SIGNA 7.0T MRI scanner, currently the most powerful device available for clinical applications. A high end scanner’s magnetic field typically tops out at 3 Tesla, but the new device goes all the way up to 7 Tesla to provide an unprecedented look at highly detailed anatomy. Certainly intended… Read More »