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6 things to know about Lyme Disease

Due to climate change and land use, cases of Lyme disease have gone up 600 per cent in Ontario between 2009 and 2016. Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) is a very high-risk region for Lyme disease, with a rate 20 times higher than the provincial rate.  According to the

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Queen’s students hope to raise awareness on homelessness through ‘Their Stories’

Editorial note: Last week, we ran an article entitled ‘She’s a statistic, until you meet her,’ an article speaking with a woman on the streets of downtown Kingston. After doing so, we were contacted by Sven Buening, a student from Germany currently studying at Queen’s University. He told us he

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Kingston to host third annual Promise Walk for Preeclampsia

  The Preeclampsia Foundation of Canada will be hosting the third annual Promise Walk for Preeclampsia at Confederation Park on Sunday, May 26th, 2019. Funds raised will go towards Preeclampsia Foundation Canada’s efforts “to reduce maternal and infant illness and death due to preeclampsia, HELLP Syndrome and other hypertensive disorders

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New ambulance decals aimed at improving awareness

Time is a special and meaningful thing, and a very complex beast: Sometimes it goes by slowly, other times it seems like we lose complete track of it. But in emergencies time is always a major factor in the safety and health of those involved. Frontenac Paramedic Services has partnered

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