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Health Canada has received concerning reports of the use of veterinary ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID-19. Canadians should never consume health products intended for animals because of the potential serious health dangers posed by them.
Potential contamination of health products manufactured by Eco-Med Pharmaceuticals Inc. may pose health risks to Canadians
Health Canada, as a precaution, is advising Canadians to stop using and discard all products manufactured by Eco-Med Pharmaceuticals (ultrasound gels, transmission and massage lotions, hand sanitizers and first aid antiseptics) due to potential bacterial contamination with Burkholderia stabilis (B. stabilis).
One lot of pms-PROGESTERONE 100 mg capsules recalled because it may pose serious risks to individuals with severe peanut allergies
Pharmascience Inc. is recalling one lot (1318593, expiry 10/2022) of pms-PROGESTERONE 100 mg capsules because the bottles may contain Akorn 100 mg progesterone gelatin capsules in addition to or instead of the intended pms-PROGESTERONE 100 mg gelatin capsules. The Akorn capsules contain peanut oil, an ingredient that is not listed on the label of pms-PROGESTERONE 100 mg capsules. Peanuts may cause life-threatening allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) in individuals with severe peanut allergies.
Health Canada updates Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine label to reflect very rare reports of Bell's Palsy
Health Canada has updated the product information for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to describe very rare reports of Bell’s Palsy (typically temporary weakness or paralysis on one side of the face) following vaccination. Cases have been reported in a small number of people in Canada and internationally.