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Kitchener-Waterloo-based personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturer The Canadian Shield has begun producing disposable surgical masks.
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Daybreak Health launches online mental health therapy for teens amid the pandemic’s mental health crisis (TECHCRUNCH)
Working with a team of ten trained mental health clinicians, the Y Combinator -backed startup Daybreak Health is working with Bay Area high schools to provide mental health support for teens.
41 percent of respondents said privacy concerns were the biggest reason holding them back from downloading the app.
Smartwatch and wearables maker Garmin has shut down several of its services on July 23 to deal with a ransomware attack that has encrypted its internal network and some production systems, ZDNet has learned.
Men’s wellness startup Hims rolls out telepsychiatry (MED CITY NEWS)
Hims, a men’s wellness startup that offers hair loss treatments, mail order supplements and other wellness tools, is expanding into the mental health space.
The Trudeau government is being pressed to approve funding for a made-in-Canada COVID-19 vaccine to lessen the risk Canadians will have to line up and wait on a foreign-made vaccine.
Amplitude Ventures, an investment firm focused on the health and life sciences sectors, has received more than $50 million for the second close of its fund.
How your Fitbit or Apple Watch may be able to detect COVID-19, even before symptoms start (FINANCIAL POST)
Changes in heart rate, respiratory rate, and other biometrics measured constantly by the devices may flag early stages of infection.
Careology launches remote monitoring platform for cancer care (MOBIHEALTHNEWS)
The digital cancer care platform will connect patients with their clinical team.
Health insurance carrier Angle Health closed $4 million in seed funding to advance its tech platform. The company offers comprehensive health care plans for startups.
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