Hits: 252 Created on 21 January 2015 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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JUNIOR DOCTORS PRAISE NEW HEALTH MINISTER FOR RESOLVING THEIR CONCERNS

ST. GEORGE – An association representing junior doctors in the country has praised new Health Minister Hon. Nicholas Steele for his efforts in resolving some of their concerns as they relate to the provision of health care.

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Hits: 346 Created on 15 January 2015 Written by Dave Alexander Category: HEALTH NEWS
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DRAFT NATIONAL POLICY ON ALCOHOL

St. George -- The Drug Control Secretariat of the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development invites the public to review and submit comments on the attached Draft National Policy on Alcohol.

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Hits: 514 Created on 11 December 2014 Written by Larry Hand Category: HEALTH NEWS
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EBOLA AIRPORT SCREENING FINDING FEW SUSPECTED CASES IN US

Airport exit screening in West Africa and entry screening in the United States have identified few persons potentially infected with Ebola virus, according to an article published online December 9 in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publication Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

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Hits: 251 Created on 14 January 2015 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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GRENADA REPRESENTED AT REGIONAL HEALTH COMMUNICATIONS MEETING IN TRINIDAD

PORT OF SPAIN - More than twenty-five health communications experts from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) member states are attending the inaugural meeting of the Regional Health Communications Network (RHCN), now underway in the twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

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Hits: 498 Created on 01 December 2014 Written by Unaids Category: HEALTH NEWS
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A CARIBBEAN COUNTRY WILL BE FIRST TO ELIMINATE MOTHER TO CHILD HIV TRANSMISSION

Port of Spain — Thirteen Caribbean countries are on track to be certified as having eliminated HIV transmission from mothers to children while three are close to reaching this goal. Over the last decade, countries have successfully increased access to antiretroviral medicines during pregnancy and empowered women to make informed decisions about their health and that of their children. National validation processes are underway throughout the region to confirm reported rates, making it likely that by 2015 a Caribbean country will be the first in the world to announce that it has ended HIV transmission to babies.

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