Avvy, a Canadian healthtech startup, celebrated International Women's Day (IWD) 2023 with an awareness campaign about urinary tract infections (UTIs). The campaign aimed to educate women about the causes and symptoms of UTIs, as well as the importance of early detection and treatment. It also highlighted the impact of UTIs on women's mental health and wellbeing, particularly when they go undiagnosed and untreated.
With the Avvy App, Invitae patients can book a blood draw for their genetic test from the comfort of home (Montreal, QC) March 2, 2023—Avvy […]
(MONTREAL, QC) June 30, 2022—Avvy Health, the first company in Canada to offer mobile-based home healthcare services, has added foot care to its service offerings. Avvy […]
Canadian diver and TV broadcaster Alexandre Despatie needs no introduction to Montrealers or Canadians. A 37-time national diving champion, Despatie remains the only world champion […]
Syantra DX | Breast Cancer test to provide an easy, accurate new screening option to women in the Greater Montreal area (Montreal, QB and Calgary, […]
It’s easy to book appointments in-person healthcare services with Avvy. Instructional Video: Instructions: First, you’ll want to download the app, create your profile and verify […]
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Blood tests are among the most versatile medical tools with a variety of applications to your health.
According to CFP, the official journal of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, “acute sore throat accounts for about four percent of all family physician visits,” yet only a small proportion of people with sore throats seek medical care.
Ear cleanings are one of Avvy’s most popular services. They prevent infection, improve your hearing, and generally feel healthier with a professional ear cleaning.