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Saskatchewan’s population is estimated to be more than 1,180,000, with an average wait time of more than 2 hours at Royal University Hospital. Skip the waiting rooms and get online prescriptions in Saskatchewan against your medical issue within minutes.
We aim to bridge the gap between patients and doctors in Saskatchewan to provide quality telehealth services 24 hours a day. Download our free app to access HIPAA-compliant, safe, and secure healthcare services in Saskatchewan.
Climate change in Saskatchewan has affected health heavy rainfall and flooding have increased the number of waterborne diseases and mold-related health issues. Severe forest and grassland fires contribute to poor air quality, exacerbating respiratory conditions. Droughts can impact water, leading to health problems like respiratory issues, mental health concerns, exposure to toxins, injuries, and infectious diseases.
Anthrax is a rare but serious bacterial infection that can affect humans and animals. There are different types of anthrax, including cutaneous, inhalation, and gastrointestinal. The bacterium Bacillus anthracis causes it. Treatment typically involves antibiotics, such as ciprofloxacin, doxycycline, and penicillin, administered as early as possible. Get your prescription today with Your Doctors Online.
Hantavirus is transmitted by rodents, particularly deer mice, through their droppings, urine, and saliva. People can become infected by inhaling the virus-contaminated particles. Consult a doctor now if you experience any of the symptoms of Hantavirus.
Lyme disease risk in Saskatchewan is low compared to other regions. However, it's still possible to contract Lyme disease from tick bites. Testing involves detecting antibodies in the blood. If you suspect you have Lyme disease, consult a provider for evaluation and testing at Your Doctors Online
Zika virus is mainly transmitted through the bite of infected Aedes mosquitoes, which are not commonly found in Saskatchewan. The virus can also be transmitted through sexual contact and from mother to fetus during pregnancy. Consult a virtual doctor at Your Doctors Online to diagnose and treat the Zika virus.
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