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MINISTRY OF HEALTH RAMPS UP YELLOW FEVER ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE

ST GEORGE -- The Ministry of Health has announced that it is ramping-up its surveillance and monitoring systems in the wake of increase yellow fever reports emanating from a number of South American countries.

Read more: BE ON GUARD, FOLKS....
 
Hits: 177 Created on 18 April 2017 Written by BERT BRATHWAITE Category: HEALTH NEWS
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GRENADA HOSTS GASTROENTEROLOGY MEDICAL CONFERENCE

St George - For the first time in its 29-year history, Grenada will host the Association of West Indian Gastroenterologists (AWIG) for its annual conference at the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort from April 20 - 22, 2017.

Read more: DOCTORS TO BE UPDATED
 
Hits: 275 Created on 30 March 2017 Written by George Category: HEALTH NEWS
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HEALTH MINISTER HOSTS PAKISTAN'S FORMER HEALTH MINISTER

ST. GEORGE - Grenada's Minister of Health, Nickolas Steele, met with Dr. Sania Nishtar earlier this week in Grenada, during her visit to the island, to garner support for her election as the next Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO).

Read more: UPCOMING WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY
 
Hits: 213 Created on 07 April 2017 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH GIVES ALL CLEAR ON PROCESSED MEAT ORIGINATING FROM BRAZIL

ST. GEORGE - After weeks of assessments and investigations into reports regarding the sale of unwholesome meats and meat products from Brazil, the Grenadian Health Ministry has given the ALL CLEAR on Brazilian imported meat products into the country.

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Hits: 321 Created on 25 March 2017 Written by CARPHA Category: HEALTH NEWS
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INCIDENCES OF FOODBORNE AILMENTS ON THE RISE IN THE CARIBBEAN REGION

Port of Spain -- Every year, thousands of people in the Caribbean experience food-borne illnesses, after exposure to contaminated food or drink. Persons affected usually experience severe diarrhoea, vomiting, stomach pain, sometimes accompanied by fever, headaches and other symptoms. Recent increases in reported incidents of foodborne diseases (FBDs), have now made this common health issue a regional priority.

Read more: CARPHA/PAHO/WHO WORKSHOP
 

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