Hits: 276 Created on 31 May 2017 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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TODAY WEDNESDAY MAY 31 IS "WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY"

ST. GEORGE - Tobacco - a threat to development" is the theme chosen for this year's World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), observance. Every year, on 31 May, countries around the world highlight the health and additional risks associated with tobacco use, and advocates for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption.

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Hits: 332 Created on 23 May 2017 Written by ALLYDAY Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MAJOR STRIDES FOR HEALTH CARE IN THE SPICE ISLES

St. George  -- On Wednesday 17th May, St. Augustine's Medical Services held a special blessing and launch event for its recently acquired Hyperbaric Chamber and 64 slice CT Scanner. This was in order to mark the significance of their availability to the Grenadian community and visitors to the country and to take the opportunity to thank those persons involved in the process and final realization of a long-held goal.

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Hits: 380 Created on 12 May 2017 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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GRENADA TO GET "SMART HOSPITAL"

St. George -- The Princess Alice Hospital in St Andrew will soon be upgraded to a climate smart or (green facility) and is expected to be transformed with modern designs which will improve operations and the delivery of services.

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Hits: 324 Created on 22 May 2017 Written by RACHAEL ROBERTS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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RE: MINISTER OF HEALTH'S STATEMENT WITH REGARDS TO DEAD BABIES

The Public Workers' Union expresses its dissatisfaction and disapproval with the unprofessional and irresponsible statements made by the Minister of Health in regard to our dedicated and committed Health Care Professionals, especially our Nurses and Doctors who provide selfless service to the healthcare system on a daily basis.

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Hits: 410 Created on 05 May 2017 Written by CARPHA Category: HEALTH NEWS
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TOTAL COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ESSENTIAL TO FIGHTING THE AEDES AEGYPTI MOSQUITO

Port of Spain -- "Community participation is critical to the success of any programme designed to eliminate breeding sites of the Aedes aegypti mosquito.   Efforts are doomed to failure if even one household is negligent."  So said Dr. C James Hospedales, Executive Director of the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), as he commented on the importance of Caribbean Mosquito Awareness Week, which is being observed from May 8-12.

Read more: THE BATTLE MUST WAGE ON
 

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